Dear Fellow Rotarians & friends,
This week’s speaker is Matthew Goerke. Matt is the creator of the Memory Switch Program. Here is Matt’s bio from the Memory Switch web-site:
Matthew Goerke is regarded as one of America’s leading experts in the field of Memory Development. He has shared with thousands of business professionals from all walks of life the techniques for developing an instant recall memory with results that can only be described as amazing.
Matthew has worked with such well known speakers as Zig Zigler, Ed Forman, Vic Conant and Tony Robbins. He has trained executives from corporations including AT&T, Prudential, Exxon, Wells Fargo, Merck Pharmaceutical and Coldwell Banker, and government agencies such as the United States Postal Service and the Defense Department. Matthew has also had a tremendous impact in educational settings, having personally trained thousands of students and teachers at all academic levels.
Matthew is the developer of the “Memory Switch Program” the most utilized program of its kind ever developed and for that reason is a sought after guest and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows. His live workshop entitled “The Memory Switch” will instruct people in the new advances in memory technology as well as help them gain insight into how these methods are in direct alignment with helping people achieve both business and personal goals.
Here are some of the things that Matt teaches:
- Remember long lists of items, forward, backward and in and out of order. Imagine never needing a grocery list again. It’s all in your head and you can recall it in a snap!
- Quick recall of important facts and technical data, thanks to a unique training technique that makes complicated information a cinch to remember.
- No more test anxiety. Students: Recall historical dates, equations, even English and foreign language vocabulary almost instantly. Cramming, rewriting notes and stressing will be a thing of the past.
- Birthdays, anniversaries, important dates, even daily appointments. You won’t be “lost without your day timer” anymore.
- Age 50+: Quick ways to keep your memory sharp in business and personally. A fun way to flex your memory muscle and impress people half your age.
“The best way to remember your spouse's birthday… is to forget it once.” - E. Joseph Cossman
Yours in Rotary,