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Chapter Event: Arizona

Venue: DoubleTree Suites

Transform Your Memory from a Liability into Your Most Powerful Asset

Join your fellow experts to gain insights into effectively improving your memory by attending this dynamic presentation by Sean O’Neil, one of the top memory training experts in the country. Here are the key takeaways that you will gain:

  • Learn the #1 trick you can implement today to increase your recall by as much as 50%.

  • Recall names and faces better than ever with some simple (yet very powerful) techniques and quick tips.

  • Discover that what you’ve been taught about your memory recall ability is completely and 100% false. Writing something down isn’t necessarily the best way to remember it. Nor is it the fastest. So what is?

  • Learn that it’s not only important to remember your clients and prospects, it’s equally important for them to remember YOU. Find out the #1 secret to making you impossible to forget and the #1 marketing piece that nobody’s using today to easily multiply their referrals.

  • See how your memory compares to the rest of the audience by taking a quick and fun memory quiz. The results will definitely surprise you.


Sean M. O’Neil is the President of Remember Media, LLC and is also the Founder and CEO of his speaking & training company, Memory Dynamics, Inc. He is one of the most sought after presenters in the country. As a professional member of the National Speakers Association, he is regarded as one of America’s most entertaining and motivating speakers on the topic of developing an instant-recall memory.


Since 1999, he has spoken annually to nearly 200 businesses, corporations and associations and has clients spanning virtually every industry – including numerous Fortune 500 companies. His passion is rooted in teaching professionals (regardless of age, gender, IQ or job title) to unlock their own “photographic” memory through transferrable skills and very powerful techniques that most people don’t even know exist.

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