Memorize the US Presidents

Lincoln to Garfield How to memorize the US Presidents. In my previous posts I had you memorize the 1st fifteen presidents by linking them together in groups of five to three separate rooms in your home, with the first president, Washington, associated to your 1st location in your home, I used [...]
Read more Memorize the US Presidents

Memorize the US Presidents

Polk to Buchanan Memorize the US Presidents. In my previous two posts I had you memorize the 1st ten presidents by linking them together in groups of five to two separate rooms in your home, with the first president, Washington, associated to your 1st location in your home, as an example I used [...]
Read more Memorize the US Presidents

Remember the US Presidents

Quincy Adams to Harrison Remember the US Presidents. I mentioned in my previous post how as a keynote presenter I often have the audience remember the US Presidents as a creative exercise for forming images. I thought I would extend it beyond the first 10 and write a series of posts to show how [...]
Read more Remember the US Presidents

Remember the US Presidents

Can you remember the US Presidents? In order? As a Keynote Speakers, a popular exercise in my presentations and workshops is to memorize the US Presidents. This memory tactic is useful for any type of list you may need to recall: product information,  organizational structure, procedures, [...]
Read more Remember the US Presidents

Left Brain Right Brain

Left Brain Right Brain thinking. As a motivational keynote speaker I am always looking for interesting exercises to share with the audience. Here’s one for you to try: Which of the following numbers is least like the others? 1    Thirty-one 2    One-third 3    Thirteen Take your time. You [...]
Read more Left Brain Right Brain