Greater Philadelphia Chapter


D. E. L. Awareness SIG

  • March 04, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Brandywine Library, 1300 Faulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803

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  • Non-Members may attend 2 SIG meetings at no cost. If they wish to attend a third meeting they must either pay the $30 registration fee or join ASTD PHL Chapter

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“The Average Person Uses Only 10% of Their Brain - Unlock Your Remaining Potential” with Ellen Engel

Program Description:

The human brain is a complex and fascinating living computer that modern science still knows relatively little about. However, there are observable factors and techniques that can be used to manipulate your brain to your advantage.

 

After learning the proven techniques that will allow you to organically and effortlessly recall valuable information, you’ll:

  • Remember class participant names
  • Always remember that important statistic or critical business meeting
  • Remember long-term facts for exams, proposals or pitches
  • Keep a schedule in your head
  • Limit your reliance on post-its and electronic reminders

About the Speaker:

 

Ellen Engel is among the nation’s top life-skills trainers and one of only a handful of memory experts. Previous attendees have witnessed Ellen remember the names of all 250 people in her seminar after meeting each individual only once.

 

Educated as a lawyer, Ellen Engel has spent most of her life as an entrepreneur. During her 35-year career, she has owned and operated a number of successful businesses. Along the way, she’s learned a lot about how to work smarter and more effectively in any environment. Today she shares the lessons she’s learned with others to help them become more successful in their jobs and personal lives with Elevate USA, her professional education, speaking, and coaching business.

 

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