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How to improve your memory and sharpen your focus

Guardian Masterclasses

Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (GMT)

How to improve your memory and sharpen your focus

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Learn practical strategies to help you improve your memory and verbal reasoning from Mark Channon, author of The Memory Workbook.

Do you get easily distracted? Ever find yourself marvelling at other people’s memory and despairing at your own ability to recall information - whether it's someone's name, a wedding speech or an important presentation?

Join memory coach Mark Channon for this unique masterclass and learn how to stop your mind from wandering, improve your focus and remember more stuff.

He will share simple strategies that you can use to improve your memory. You’ll receive tips on how to remember names, facts, presentations and even whole books. You’ll also discover how to use mindfulness training to sharpen your mind and verbal reasoning skills. 

This inspirational class is suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to deal more effectively with distractions and information overload. Tickets are limited so book your place now – and spend the evening discovering how a radically improved memory can transform your work and personal life for the better.

Course preparation

  • One week before the class we’ll email you a link to a series of one to two minute videos, which are designed as a primer for the evening.  
  • If you purchase your ticket less than a week before the class, we’ll email you shortly after you’ve booked your place.  
  • Please note: watching these videos is not essential to attending the class or benefitting from it.

Testimonials

"Very energetic and engaging"

"Really good throughout - excellent pre-course materials, Mark really accessible and helpful and a huge amount of useful information. Using it already and suggesting course/book to others."

Tutor profile

Mark Channon is a memory coach and the founder of memoryschool.com. After creating the quiz show Monkhouse’s Memory Masters for the BBC, he became one of the first grand masters of memory in the world. Mark is the author of several books including How to Remember Anything, The Memory Workbook and Improve Your Memory: Sharpen Focus and Improve Performance.

All Guardian Masterclasses are fully accessible - but please contact us if you have any queries or concerns.

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The Guardian
Kings Place
90 York Way
N1 9GU London
United Kingdom

Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (GMT)


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Guardian Masterclasses

Welcome to Guardian masterclasses – a unique programme of learning embedded within one of the world's most forward-thinking media organisations.

Masterclasses offer a broad range of short and long courses across a variety of disciplines from creative writing, journalism, photography and design, film and digital media, music and cultural appreciation.

Harnessing the expertise and specialisms within the organisation, our courses are led by first class and award winning guardian professionals whilst also drawing on the skills and expertise of other leading figures at the forefront of the creative and digital industries.

The programme is aimed at anyone interested in personal or professional development whether that be refining your skills, focusing your ambition or simply broadening your mind and gaining inspiration.

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