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Discovering Your Memory Power: Training Your Memory and Mind

Entrepreneurial Roundtable

June 18, 2012: 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM

Discover how to unlock the potential of your mind and your memory. Learn how to recall people's names and faces at a moment's notice, remember key client information, and retain the main points of presentations and books. We use our minds and memory every day. Let Tom Weber show you how you can train your memory and your mind.

Where

Northern Illinois University - Naperville Campus
Lobby & Auditorium
1120 East Diehl Road
Naperville, Illinois

Driving Directions:

Take Naperville Road exit from I-88.  At bottom of exit ramp, turn south (left turn if coming from the East).  Go to "T" (Diehl Road).  Turn right onto Diehl Road.  Go 2-3 blocks.  NIU - Naperville facility will be on your left, across from the Hampton Inn.  Turn left onto drive at west end of NIU facility.  Park in rear.  Enter center doors. Registration is just inside doors.

Event Details

In his interactive presentation, Tom will demonstrate how to remember:

• Names and faces
• Presentations (without notes!)
• To-do lists
• Key client information
• Important details from books, meetings and conversations
• Important dates such as birthdays and anniversaries

You will also learn your current reading speed and learn tips to improve your reading speed without losing comprehension.

Tom is consistently rated as the top instructor at the Freedom Team – and that is strong competition. Tom has trained top executives at leading companies such as State Farm, American Express, Wells Fargo and Merrill Lynch on the secrets of developing both mind and memory. He has made over 1,200 presentations throughout North America.

Cost

$25.00 for general public.  
$20.00 for Chicago Booth alumni, students and faculty.  
$5.00 discount if register by June 13th

Registration

Register Online

Save $5.00 if register by June 13th.

Deadline: 6/18/2012

Program

6:30 PM-7:15 PM: Networking & light refreshments

7:15 PM-8:45 PM: Program with speaker

Questions

Bill Wentz, '88 
Roundtable Chair
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