“I had the pleasure of attending several of Greg’s memory seminars on cruise ships and felt that I received a tremendous amount of good information from them in addition to improving my memory for the long term. Also, my wife was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease at the time and Greg’s great CD program helped her after returning home even though her memory was on the decline at that point. I would recommend his program to anyone who is searching to improve their memory.”
My son and I attended your memory seminar on the Norwegian Dawn. I just wanted to tell you how amazed I was. You see, about two years ago I had chemotherapy and I haven’t been able to remember anything. I call it “chemo brain.” Till this day, about one week later, I still remember everything you taught at the seminar. I can’t wait to put this to use in my day to day life. Thank you.
– Ricky Spielberg
Thanks for the tips, I am looking forward to applying them to my studies and showing them to my future children. I have used some of these methods throughout my schooling and I have said in the past the same thing you did on the cruise, “I can’t believe they don’t teach this in our schools.” Your DVD will sharpen my skills that I knew worked in the past plus I now have even more tools taught from the DVD for any exam. Thanks again!
– Joseph Borchers
I just wanted to thank you for all you have taught me. I was skeptical when I saw your seminar but when I bought your two DVDs, I was amazed at how fast I could improve my memory. I can’t believe these DVDs changed my life so amazingly! I can’t express how thankful I am. Since then, my grades have improved and I my study time is less than before. Thank you.
– Walter Chen
|I enjoyed meeting you this past week on the NCL Dawn Bermuda Cruise. I also wanted to thank you. I was on the cruise with my group, and was having the toughest time remembering their names. After your memory seminar, I went back to my room and studied the list again. Within a few minutes I knew their first names, last names, and cabin numbers. I also learned my waiter’s name, the bartenders’ names, and my Cabin Stewart’s name. Thank you again!|
– Brit Montmeat, Tours of Distinction
|I was on a cruise where you held a memory seminar, it was fantastic! Thank you so very much.|
– Marisela Lopez
|I attended the memory seminar and I’m living proof that these techniques really work. It made school much easier for me, and in my single years, I amazed young ladies with my ability to remember their phone numbers without writing them down!|
– Paul M. Proto
My wife & I just came off the NCL this weekend & love your magic & memory demonstrations. We of course were most impressed & learned a lot from you. I’m a professor in psychology in NYC & I discuss memory: both the mystery & the process of memory. I’m trying to especially learn more about mnemonic pegword system that you mentioned. In fact your entire seminar was amazing and look forward in implementing all your techniques! Regards.
|I took your suggestion and attended your memory seminar and thoroughly enjoyed it! I have now memorized the first 100 peg words, the 50 states in alphabetical order (being from Canada the 10 provinces were pretty easy), the 50 state capitals, the 43 presidents (using peg), and am working on the 400 digits of pi. As well, my ability to remember peoples names has increased dramatically (I think the biggest tip there was actually hearing their name!)|
I also used your system to memorize playing cards and am able to do the stunt where someone picks out five cards and reads out the rest and I can tell them what cards are missing – what a blast! Actually I’m now learning to play bridge because apparently you can really increase your odds if you remember what cards have been played and by whom.
I really did just want to thank you again for introducing myself to these techniques. One of the most exciting things is that my Dad watched your dvd’s and began learning the pegs and he is starting to memorize stuff like crazy as well. The neatest thing about this is for the 54 years that he’s been alive he had convinced himself that he had a “bad memory” Now he’s proving just the opposite!
– Chris Johnston