Listen to Roger’s Radio Interview (4 minutes)
Memory Training expert, Roger Seip, has trained thousands of people across the country on how to develop a more powerful memory. He was interviewed on WIBA in Madison, WI and shares some insights on how to improve your working memory.
A study by Rutgers University proved that improving your working memory will make you smarter. The fact is, you are not born with a good or bad memory. Learning to improve your memory is a skill that anyone can do.
The most common memory question? “How do I remember names?!?!”
Here are some tips to help you remember people’s names:
1. Slow down and listen to the name – it seems obvious, but if you forget someone’s name 5 seconds after you meet them, you probably did not hear the name to begin with.
2. Repeat the name after meeting someone – do this conversationally, such as, “Dave, it is really nice to meet you Dave.”
3. Visualize the name – this will help give you a visualize trigger when you meet the person in the future.
Memory Training in Madison, WI
The next Madison, WI Memory Training Workshop will be on August 9 and 10 (Monday and Tuesday) from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Park Bank Plaza (2810 Crossroads Drive, Lower Level). Roger Seip will be your instructor. Hope to see you there!