Well, the 2012 USA Memory Championship is just a few months away and despite the fact I wasn't sure if I would compete again I all the sudden feel like Brett Favre. I think I am looking more forward to this tournament than any in the past. In 2008, I was returning from a deployment [...]
Two-Time USA Memory Champion; memory training expert and memory keynote Ron White shares lessons from TC Cummings' Mind of a Navy SEAL program: â€œDiscipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.â€ - Jim Rohn (American speaker and author) My friend and mentor, former Navy SEAL T.C. Cummings, has a great definition for discipline â€“ â€œItâ€™s [...]
Two time USA Memory Champion and Ron White Memory Expert talks about the video he was a part of for TIME.COM in their coverage of the 2011 USA Memory Championship: It was such fun to be a part of the 2011 USA Memory Championship. Now, true the result of the tournament wasn't the one I [...]
My name is Ron White. I am a two-time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert, and memory keynote speaker. I want to take this opportunity to tell you how proud I am of our Navy Seals, and our country, in light of the recent mission to find and eliminate Osama Bin Ladinâ€™s reign of terrorism. As a nation, and around the world, people are in awe of the discipline, focus and heroism of this elite group of men who were able to accomplish something that has been elusive for almost ten years.
I am Ron White, Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote speaker. I would like to share with you some of the things I learned from my good friend and trainer, former U.S. Navy Seal T.C. Cummings, about empowerment, accountability and leadership T.C. has been able to let me in on Navy Seal thinking, and how it can relate to aspects of all of our lives. Navy Seal training is disciplined, focused and results driven. Each member of the Seal team is a leader, and although they are military and retain a chain of command, each member is capable of picking up the gauntlet when necessary and assumes the leadership role.
Two-time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert, and memory keynote Ron White shares his thoughts on how to improve your memory. Wouldnâ€™t it be great if you wake up one morning and find you have a photographic memory? You can recall where you put everything, every word your boss told you, and never forgot your spouseâ€™s birthday again. Who wouldnâ€™t!! Unfortunately few people can do that, so the next best thing to do is to find memory techniques that will get you as close to genius as possible.
Two Time USA Memory Champion, memory training expert and memory keynote Ron White would like to share with you some of the things I learned while training for the U.S. Memory Championship, and is now available in my memory training seminars. It was an awesome pleasure to work with my friend, Former U.S. Navy Seal T. C. Cummings, the founder of â€œNoble Warrior Training,â€ as he coached me on how to â€œThink Like a Seal.â€
One of the biggest breakthroughs for me in the field of memory training in the last 3-5 years has been Character, Action, Object. This concept has been around longer than 3-5 years, however, this is when I first heard about it. If you want to improve your memory retention of cards or numbers I canâ€™t recommend character, action, object highly enough.
Memory Training Expert and Two Time USA Memory Champion Ron White has been teaching others how to memorize for 20 years. Here he shares his thoughts on the USA Memory Championship: Tony Dottino founded the USA Memory Championship in 1998 after working with World Memory Championship founder Tony Buzan on writing memory training books. With [...]
My focus for the 2011 USA Memory Championship began in earnest in October. I had set out to implement Ben Pridmore's memory system for cards. Yep, that is right - I was out to create an image for every possible card combination of two random cards. If you pull two cards out of a deck at random and place them side by side there are 2704 different possibilities. I hired someone to put all these combination in a Power Point presentation. Once this 2704 slide monstrosity had been assembled the task of creating images for all the combination's began. Finally by the first week in December and two months later it was complete. By December 18th I had memorized 1300 of the slides but soon realized that if I was to master this system it could very easily take a full year and I was only 80 days out from the tournament. Two months had been wasted and on Dec 18th I scrapped the plan and the real training for the 3-Peat began.....