Memory and the Turbocharged Brain
You have just been introduced to a group of 5 people, all potential clients, and two minutes later...you can’t remember any of their names.
A client asks you for certain product information. Not quite sure of the answer, you offer, "Let me look that up, and I'll get back to you." Then you forget to follow up.
When common memory lapses like these occur, it not only leads to frustration, embarrassment and lost credibility...it carries a negative image. Conversely, an excellent memory conveys the image of success and of someone who is in control.
Imagine the impression you'll make when you are able to immediately recall the names of all your clients, their interests and hobbies; quote prices and product numbers; keep business appointments and deliver presentations, all without ever having to refer to notes or other sources. A trained memory is a business asset attainable by everyone.
Funny, unique and interactive in his entertaining keynotes and workshops, Bob Gray reveals the untapped potential in each of us. His empowering systems and their many applications in the business world give participant’s immediate 'walk away' value.
While employed in the fitness industry, Bob won every sales contest his company offered. He was promoted from Salesperson to Sales Manager and ultimately became a partner in the company.
Bob is a strong believer that having fun creates the best learning environment. His gregarious style and sense of humour make the teaching process seems like recreation!
In a short, interactive, fun-filled period of time, Bob hands his listeners the keys to unlock their memory potential. His techniques make people more efficient, effective and professional, ultimately affecting the bottom line. His presentations can be tailored to suite any agenda. Sessions range from thirty minutes to a full day.
Entertaining, Educational and Powerful Programs designed to help:
- Increase recall for clients’ names by 400%
- Increase networking skills
- Dramatically increase productivity
- Attain peak performance
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Digital Amnesia: How technology is stealing your brain (and how to steal it back)
Digital Amnesia: The act of forgetting something important because you trust a connected device!
Since we’ve been able to place more memory power in the palm of our hand than was used to land a man on the moon, we’ve banished our own memory to the back burner. The more we rely on technology to retrieve information, the more we erode the process to recall that information ‘naturally.’
So is this a problem? Well, here’s just one scenario. You have a pre-arranged appointment, you have reviewed all the pertinent information about that client/customer, you’re able to ask after their spouse/partner, children, even their favourite sports team. You feel you have a great relationship.
A month later you bump into them unexpectedly, not only have you ‘forgotten’ their spouse/partner’s, children’s, names…you can’t even recall THEIR name. How’s that relationship now? How helpful is that device now?
In this highly interactive, empowering, and fun, presentation, Bob shows you how to keep your memory in shape, how to steal your brain back from technology…and how you’ll never need to say “Sorry, I forgot your name” again.
This same method, which is the foundation of all memory systems dating back thousands of years, can also be adapted to recall any sequential information such as presentations, lists, safety procedures and more.
181 minutes to Total Recall:
In this half-day workshop, Bob will introduce the group to four major memory systems. Expanding on his ninety-minute keynote, he will introduce them to the Peg System and The Phonetic Index. The Peg System gives the student the ability to memorize schedules, calendars, meetings, feature lists and rules and regulations. It is one of the easiest time savers you'll ever learn. The Phonetic Index, which is often considered to be the single most powerful memory system ever devised, was developed over three hundred years ago. This system gives the user the ability to recall the biggest stumper of them all - numerical information.
I'm No Good With Names But I Never Forget a Face -
With this longer version of his 45-60 minute keynote, Bob is able to share the #1 memory problem in business today - how to recall clients' names. How often have you bumped into clients, or customers, or someone you know you have been introduced to, perhaps two or three times before, but for the life of you, can't remember his or her name? Socially, this can be extremely embarrassing, but in business, it can be disastrous. In his amusing, unusual and empowering presentation, Bob reveals a wonderful method to easily recall and store into memory the names of new friends and business acquaintances. It's a hilarious system that will have the audience in hysterics...and it works!
The Turbo Charged Brain:
In this interactive Keynote Presentation, Bob reveals the untapped memory potential in each of us. Bob delivers two incredibly powerful memory demonstrations which never fail to astonish. After entertaining the audience with his own memory, he enriches their minds by teaching the hilarious and practical 'Chain' system. (A system dating all the way back to ancient Greece, it is an invaluable tool for memorizing speeches, presentations lists, complex equations and more!) Audience members always leave grinning and eager to test their new skills. Are you ready to accelerate you memory into rapid recall? The skills lie a short keynote away.
"Your workshop certainly gave us the techniques to become more efficient and professional". Director of Sales, Hershey Canada Inc.
"Tremendous...you received rave reviews". National Sales & Marketing Manager, G.M. Canada
"I have not laughed so hard and learned so much at the same time." Johnson & Johnson
"In addition to being humorous, your presentation style was dynamic and personalized to our industry. Your enthusiasm spread across the audience like wildfire!" The Great-West Life Assurance Company
"Outstanding presentation. You were the highest rated speaker at the symposium." Worldwide ERC
"You are without a doubt one of the best presenters we have ever had." Clarica
"Our highest rated speaker ever! Excellent----96.75%!"Professional Convention Management Association
"His style is entertaining, engaging and extremely motivating. Participants from his sessions still talk months later about his presentation and how they're applying what they learned at work. He gives participants access to memory systems that are effective and actionable." Rogers Communications Inc.