Remember Names and Faces, Numbers, To Do Lists and Much More: Memory Magic Coming This Fall 

After appearing at the 2012 Annual Convention and Exposition, Michigan credit unions were clamoring for more…more of Paul Mellor and his famous Memory Magic tips and suggestions, ideal for anyone who works with people or numbers, or who has ever forgotten anything! Mellor is now scheduled to do two, 1/2-day workshops geared towards credit union frontline staffers, member service representatives, mid-management personnel and executives, on Tuesday, Oct. 22 in Lathrup Village.

So few people have learned how to train their brain for remembering information, but it can be done. An individual who can easily and confidently remember information gets noticed. Whether it is remembering policies and procedures, names and faces or information for a presentation, those who can do so without notes is more powerful, productive and persuasive. The half-day programs rid poor memories of forgotten names, to do lists and so much more. Attendees will learn how to make their memory better than imagined and discover that memory deficiencies are really all "just in the head"!

The workshops will be hosted at Michigan First credit union, with 8:30 a.m.to Noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. time options, making it convenient for credit unions in the area to send staff to both the morning and afternoon sessions. Registration is just $99 per person. Early registration is suggested, since space is limited. For more information and to register, click here.


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