albert einstein

Take A Chill Pill like a Navy SEAL


Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory training expert, and memory keynote speaker Ron White shares his thoughts on taking time out to distress and walk away from a problem in order to solve it. As a memory expert, I can attest to the fact that no mind, no matter how extraordinary, is capable of solving every problem immediately. We are distracted by problems that come up on a daily basis, and the stress mounts with each distraction that is ignored. It is how we deal with these distractions that make us or break us.

Take A Chill Pill like a Navy SEAL2016-10-22T09:06:25+00:00

The Memorable Albert Einstein – A Man For All Ages


Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote Ron White is happy to shares his thoughts on one of his favorite historical characters, Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein is, without a doubt, one of the most revered men in history, and he left a legacy that will endure forever in the fields of energy, gravity, light, and time. In 1921, Einstein won the Nobel Prize in Physics, "For his services to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the 'photoelectric effect' (photons)," which showed how the photoelectric effect was caused by absorption of "quanta" of light (now called photons).

The Memorable Albert Einstein – A Man For All Ages2016-10-22T09:06:24+00:00

Acknowledging and Preserving Albert Einstein’s Legacy


Ron White the 2 time National Memory Champion Acknowledging and Preserving Albert Einstein’s Legacy I have been fascinated by Albert Einstein and his extraordinary life, mind and views most of my life – so much so that I created a program about him entitled ‘How to Develop The Mind of Einstein’. On March 13,2005 the American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU) celebrated the 100th anniversary of the publishing of three of Einstein’s most notable works, including the Theory of Relativity (E=mc2), with a conference on his formidable legacy, and his impact on our lives.

Acknowledging and Preserving Albert Einstein’s Legacy2016-10-22T09:06:19+00:00

How to Memorize a Poem


Two time USA Memory Champion and Memory Training Expert Ron White shares his thoughts how to memorize a poem: At the USA Memory Championship there is an event where you see who can memorize the most words from a poem in 15 minutes. Currently a high school student holds this record, Michael Glantz. He memorized [...]

How to Memorize a Poem2016-10-22T09:06:14+00:00

What Did Albert Einstein Invent?


Albert Einstein without question remains a significant part of history. Throughout the course of his lifetime, he contributed to several breakthroughs and inventions. Although many are documented, surely there are a few missed at some point. In any case, here is a review of some of the inventions notable to Albert Einstein's life.

What Did Albert Einstein Invent?2016-10-22T08:53:04+00:00

Crossword puzzles delay Alzhemier’s


Doing Crossword Puzzles May Help Delay Alzheimer's Onset More good news for those who like to do crossword puzzles: A new study adds to a growing body of evidence that mentally challenging activities like word games, playing cards, reading and writing may delay the rapid memory loss that occurs with Alzheimer's disease. The study involved [...]

Crossword puzzles delay Alzhemier’s2016-10-22T08:52:55+00:00

Einstein’s Willingness to Risk and Be Wrong


The early life of Einstein gives us some clues to the great man that he would become. He was never one to dominate conversation to prove his intellect. Even as a child he didn't talk much. It has been said that he didn't talk until the age of 3 (there are conflicting accounts on this). However, what is not conflicting is that it took him a little longer to talk than the average child. But, we must remember that Albert Einstein was far from average.

Einstein’s Willingness to Risk and Be Wrong2016-10-22T08:52:56+00:00

Learning from Einstein’s Creativity


One of the most famous quotes of Einstein is when he said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Einstein was putting value on creativity here. His theories and ideas were all about creativity. When he made a working box car for his son out of shoe string and some boxes, that was creativity. When he was down and out and needed money and posted an ad for tutoring lessons; that was creativity in making money.

Learning from Einstein’s Creativity2016-10-22T08:52:55+00:00