Memory Seminar – April 21st
Last night’s memory seminar with U.S. Memory Champion, Chester Santos, was amazing! The night started off with a cocktail hour at the beautiful The Box SF. LAM and NSHMBA members mingled and interested
During the cocktail hour, which was a lot of fun, Chester made it a point to introduce himself and mingle with everyone in the room. His seminar started with him having everyone stand up and cover their name tag. Astonishingly, he proceeded to correctly name 69 out of 70 people present at the seminar without any hesitation! He claims that he didn’t actually meet the one person that he couldn’t name. Let’s give him the benefit of the doubt. 😉
Chester then explained that the seminar would be very interactive and wouldn’t involve him simply standing up and talking the whole time. He led the audience through a warm-up visualization exercise and then had the entire audience perfectly memorize and recite a random list of 15 words in less than 5 minutes! The memory champion then went on to teach two other incredible memory techniques that allow people to utilize both sides of their brain to encode and retrieve information. Everyone was amazed by what they are actually capable of remembering with the proper training.
Chester concluded his seminar by teaching some practical techniques to help us better remember names and faces. Along with the tips, he explained why a trained memory can go a long way towards boosting your business. Chester quoted the famous book, “How to Win Friends & Influence People”, and emphasized that “the sweetest sound to a person in any language is the sound of their own name and that everyone’s favorite subject is themselves”, so remembering peoples’ names and other information about them helps you to build better personal and business relationships. This is crucial to getting the most out of networking. Chester also talked about how students and business professionals can impress at school and at work by having instant mental access to a very impressive amount of information. The seminar was fun, educational, and just overall awesome!
You can see Chester’s latest television interview here:
You can see people of all ages react to Chester’s memory training here:
Chester has generously offered $75 off of his one day workshop for all LAM members. As part of the offer, with your registration, he will allow you to bring a friend or family member and any children under age 21 with you, FREE of charge. He will also let you apply the registration towards any future workshop date. His workshops are held at least twice per month. The special is valid for this week only and expires April 30th, 2010. I highly recommend his workshop and encourage you to take advantage of this special offer by clicking on the link below:
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Join Latinos A Morir and National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) San Francisco chapter in a fun, educative seminar, and networking event. We will start the night with a cocktail hour with a full bar and light appetizers at the beautiful and historic venue The Box SF. This will be followed by a one hour seminar on how to improve your memory by US 2008 Memory Champion Chester Santos.
Chester Santos is a memory expert with over 7 years experience competing at the highest levels of competitive memory. He has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, USA Today, CNN, and various other television, radio, and printed media all over the world. Chester has spent years training his brain to extraordinary heights, and in 2008 he became the United States National Memory Champion.
The amazing memory that Chester has developed is a result of exercising his brain with years of practicing and mastering a wide variety of memory improvement techniques. These are techniques that you too can learn and master! You are capable of doing amazing things with your mind. You can very easily remember the name of every single person that you ever meet. You can effortlessly give eloquent speeches and presentations from memory without looking at any notes. You can learn foreign languages and material for certification exams with ease. All of these things are possible for you, and so much more! You just have to be taught how to do it.
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) was created in 1988. Widely known as the “Premier Hispanic Organization,” NSHMBA serves 32 chapters and 8,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. It exists to foster Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development. NSHMBA works to prepare Hispanics for leadership positions throughout the U.S., so that they can provide the cultural awareness and sensitivity vital in the management of the nation’s diverse workforce.
THE BOX SF is the 3rd floor of the historic 1920s William Randolph Hearst former printing plant. The windows, high ceilings and gorgeous wood are to die for. We are located in the South of Market District of San Francisco just 2 blocks West of Moscone Center at 1069 Howard Street. (Between 6th and 7th Streets)
1069 Howard Street is home of THE BOX SF, the award-winning branding and graphic design firm Reflectur, Brainfood Creative Programs and Republic of Sound. This unique private meeting, meet-up, seminar, reception, conference, wine, food, retail and creative-event space has two unique rooms available for many types of events.