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Don’t Just Speak Information. Have an Impact.

Being a keynote speaker I’m only always worried about one thing – The impact I’ll have on the audience. I don’t care about making mistakes, remembering perfect sentence script structure or even how I’m feeling.

5 Tips To Be A Memorable Speaker

Memory training has helped me understand how to make presentations more memorable. In my 20 years of presenting to thousands across the world, it is not what you say, but what images and connections are formed in people’s heads that matter when being memorable and more importantly, creating impact with your message. How are you best going to take the words out of your mouth and have them encoded as images in your audiences minds?

tansel ali memory expert champion

I Always Thought I Had a Terrible Memory

I always thought I had a terrible memory. I would forget names, what people were speaking about, and reading felt like a chore as whatever I was reading, I had to go back and re-read. Even then I would still forget! My memory was terrible for studies too. It took me three years longer to obtain my Information Systems degree because I kept failing one subject, over and over again (4th time lucky!)