Carl believes There is no such thing as a bad memory, “only an untrained one and is now dedicating his teaching for Seniors. Having worked with retirees with results that can only be described as amazing, his passion is to introduce a new way of recall to the Senior market.
You’re not alone. Everyone forgets things occasionally. Still, memory loss is nothing to take lightly as we begin to experience our Senior moments.
The objective of this experiential workshop is to expand all facets of the participant’s memory using newly applied principles of Mnemonics, the science of memory using emotional storytelling.
Most people learn by using rote memory, Mnemonics share how to break frustrating habits using emotional connections. As Tony Robbins states, “content without emotion is rarely maintained”. Expand your ability to recall information by learning the natural language of our memory. Strategies are introduced in a fun and exciting variety of ways to meet individual learning needs for recall yielding immediate results.
Seniors are introduced to a systemized approach to the learning and retention of information and more importantly how to integrate the learning strategies into daily applications.
“Congratulations Carl – you were quite a hit! After reviewing the evaluations, I must say we were ecstatic with the results. Overwhelming, the comments were so very, very positive!! I would like to offer one of the most pleasing Sally received after the conference: ” I have been to many seminars and have worked for a training consultant for the past 9 years but have never been so impressed by a seminar. I can still remember all the files and lists Carl gave us…it even amazes me I remember everything! Now all I have to do is apply it to “real life”. Alison Cesare, President, New York Chapter…Carl you should be very proud of this seminar; it is quite an accomplishment to receive this kind of praise (secretaries can be quite critical when it comes to seminars). Thank you! ”
Linda Scata, Greater Enfield Chapter President…PSI, Professional Secretaries International.
“Carl, Please accept our warmest thanks for helping make out Northeast Area Conference a success and one of the best ever! Feedback from the participants points to you as a key factor in the success of the weekend. We couldn’t have done it without you!”
Ivy F. Zito, CPA… American Society of Women Accountants International…
“Carl Messina is a master facilitator and can fully engage his audiences so that when his programs are over the participants want more. I am always comfortable in having Carl present to my clients because I know that they will have a unique and enlightening experience.”
John Birch, The Birch Group
“You are a gifted teacher. Thank you for taking me back to kindergarten!” Mike Olson…Simplex Time Recorder Co.
“Thank you for your presentation on memory training at New England’s 56 annual educational conference on supply management. I can tell you that the attendees thoroughly enjoyed your session and are now able to remember a lot more… your rating was among the highest at the conference, thank you again for a memorable workshop! ” Joseph London, Corp Secretary…Purchasing Management Association of Western new England, Inc.
“Carl, on behalf of the South Shore Women’s Business Network I want to thank you for your fascinating workshop, “Unlocking your Memory Power” was a tremendous success and all the feedback I received has been excellent. Again, thank you for participating in SSWBN sponsored seminar.” Vicki Donlan, Executive Director…South Shore Women’s Business Network.
“Dear Carl, on behalf of NESRA-Connecticut organizations the Conference Committee would like to extend their sincere appreciation and gratitude for your participation in our Northeast Region Conference and Exhibit. Due to the changing environment on both business and personal levels, our support to employee service professionals is imperative-giving them the techniques, tools and skills as they focus on the path to the 21st century. Your presentation made it possible to achieve success in a goal of excellence toward our theme of quote reaching for the top quote Again, please accept our heartfelt thank you.” Joe Carter, Conference Chairman…Connecticut Services and Recreation Association.
“What can I say… you are an incredible hit and everyone valued your workshop! Our guests found your presentation to be very informative and easy to apply in their professional and everyday lives. We have received nothing but rave reviews! Thanks again for a job well done! We look forward to working with you in the future. “ Dana A. Fuller, CEM Director…Texas Grocery & Convenience Association.
“Thank you from all of air sure limited! It was a very personalized and powerful seminar that you presented to us! Our employees are still talking about it and best of all, they are using the techniques learned in the memory training program. As you will see from the comment sheets are employees are delighted with their new knowledge and memory skills. They have shared the techniques with family and friends and customers as well. Thank you again, I passed your name along to three other organizations, I hope they will benefit as much as we have.” Diane M. Gibson, Vice President…Airsure Unlimited
Try these simple ways to improve your memory.
By Mayo Clinic Staff
Although there are no guarantees when it comes to preventing memory loss or dementia, some activities might help. Consider seven simple ways to sharpen your memory. And know when to get help for memory loss.
1. Be physically active every day
Physical activity raises blood flow to the whole body, including the brain. This might help keep your memory sharp.
2. Stay mentally active
Just as physical activity keeps your body in shape, activities that engage your mind help keep your brain in shape. And those activities might help prevent some memory loss. Do crossword puzzles. Read. Play games. Learn to play a musical instrument. Try a new hobby. Volunteer at a local school or with a community group.
3. Spend time with others
Social interaction helps ward off depression and stress. Both of those can contribute to memory loss. Look for opportunities to get together with other people, especially if you live alone.
4. Stay organized
You’re more likely to forget things if your home is cluttered or your notes are in disarray. Keep track of tasks, appointments and other events in a notebook, calendar or electronic planner and limit distractions. Don’t do too many things at once.
5. Sleep well
Not getting enough sleep has been linked to memory loss. So has restless sleep and sleep that gets disturbed often. Make getting enough healthy sleep a priority. Adults should sleep 7 to 9 hours a night on a regular basis.
6. Eat a healthy diet
A healthy diet is good for your brain. Eat fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Choose low-fat protein sources, such as fish, beans and skinless poultry. What you drink also counts. Too much alcohol can lead to confusion and memory loss.
7. Manage chronic health problems
Follow your health care provider’s advice for dealing with medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, hearing loss and obesity. The better you take care of yourself the less stress you have on your mind, body and spirit.
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