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TANSEL

ALI

Renowned as the go-to memory expert on television, Tansel graces screens worldwide with his captivating appearances on acclaimed shows like “Redesign My Brain With Todd Sampson,” “Sunrise,” “The Project,” and a plethora of other esteemed programs. His expertise extends beyond TV, with a presence felt across radio, print, and online media platforms.

Tansel’s ascent to fame began with his awe-inspiring feat of memorising two Yellow Pages phone books, encompassing over 20,000 digits, in a jaw-dropping display of mental prowess. This remarkable accomplishment not only propelled him into the limelight but also spearheaded a viral PR campaign that captured global attention.

As an international bestselling author, Tansel has earned acclaim for his transformative books, including “The Yellow Elephant: Improve Your Memory, And Learn More, Faster, Better” and “How To Learn Almost Anything In 48 Hours.” These books offer practical strategies to enhance memory and accelerate learning, empowering readers to achieve remarkable results in various facets of their lives.

As an international memory athlete, Tansel boasts a remarkable track record, clinching the title of Australian Memory Championships winner four times over. His accolades extend to representing Australia at the prestigious World Memory Championships, where he shattered national records and showcased his unparalleled memory abilities on the world stage.

Beyond his memory sports pursuits, Tansel’s commitment to fostering inclusivity is exemplified through his role as an esteemed AFL Multicultural Community Ambassador with the Richmond Football Club. His innovative initiatives include pioneering the groundbreaking School Mind Games program, collaborating with industry giants like PricewaterhouseCoopers and Melbourne University to develop a pioneering Chinese Mandarin language learning framework, organising the Australian Memory Championships and TEDxDocklands.

A double master’s degree holder in Information Technology (MISM) and Business (MBA) from the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship at Swinburne University, Tansel lives in Melbourne, Australia. His remarkable journey of memory improvement continues to inspire countless individuals worldwide. Read Tansel’s journey to memory improvement by clicking here.