Welcome to the Memory Mentor

At the age of 70, I became the oldest person to ever compete in the USA Memory Championship and earn the title of mental athlete. It was a real challenge, because I was competing again people who were 20, 30, even 50 years younger than me. I needed an edge. I needed to level the playing field. I needed help. I needed to get peak performance from my brain and I got that from studying neuroscience at Harvard. And I need skills to train my memory. I got those from working with a 4x USA memory champion.

  • I discovered how to optimize my memory.
  • Protect my memory from premature aging.
  • Improve my memory through a combination of memory challenges and lifestyle changes.

How did I do this?

  1. Through some simple lifestyle modification strategies
  2. By using a few memory boosting tools.

And here’s the big surprise bonus!

Everything I did to improve my memory, improved my brain.
And as my brain got better – so did home, my work, my relationships – my whole life!
I would love to share how I improved my memory, my brain and my life with you.

Here’s how you can benefit from memory mentoring:

  • Improve your memory
  • Strengthen other cognitive skills such as focus, decision-making, and creativity
  • Reduce stress and anxiety levels
  • Improve energy and stamina
  • Improve your sleep, rest, and relaxation
  • Nourish your body with brain-supporting foods
  • Improve your mood and personal satisfaction
  • Create more harmony with family and friends
  • Inspire yourself and others to maximum levels of achievement
  • Build a healthier, happier, smarter life for yourself and those you love

Talk to me if you:

  • Are concerned about your own memory lapses, like where you left your keys.
  • Want to learn how to protect your memory (and your loved ones’) from Alzheimer’s.
  • Want to optimize your memory as well as all your other cognitive functions.
  • Want to find simple memory-building strategies that don’t take a lot of time.

Understand, that I’m not a medical doctor. I can’t diagnose. I can’t offer you medical treatment solutions. If you have concerns you should always check with your own medical professional.

I can share positive changes I made to my own lifestyle that really helped me. I can share the memory workouts I did myself.

Let’s talk. Share. And work together.