David Thomas

David Thomas

Imagine a speaker who can motivate, educate and entertain all at the same time. David Thomas brings all these and more besides to create humorous and engaging presentations that your delegates will never forget.

 

Motivation - his life is a triumphal story of success over adversity. His mother was an alcoholic, he was an academic failure at school and became a fire-fighter at 20. At 27 he taught himself how to improve his memory, came 4th in his first World Memory Championships and has gone on to become one of the most successful and talented memorisers in the history of memory sport. His main memory feat is to have recited Pi (3.14159…) to 22,500 digits without error.

Education - David is the world's leading authority on memory skills. He will give delegates an insight into their own unlimited mental potential. They will learn practical skills that will enhance their professional performance.

Entertainment - David believes in using a lot of humour to get his message across. He is a gifted storyteller and has many hilarious anecdotes from his 11 years as an operational fire-fighter that have to be heard to be believed. He also gives demonstrations of his own phenomenal skills. A man who walks his talk.

Playing the cards 

It's not the cards you are dealt in life, but the way that you play them! David shares with the delegates his winning formula for taking himself from academic failure at school to a Guinness Book of Records® record holder inside two years of spending £6 on a memory book. An unbelievable and truly inspirational presentation.

· Success is not a gift from the Gods

· Attitude is everything

· Don't blame the system

· Mistakes are learning lessons for success

You are what you can remember

Our memories are at the very centre of our professional performance. Yet, most people use less than 5% of it's capability. As the world's leading expert on memory skills David will give the delegates an insight into their own awesome untapped potential.

· The power of the brain and memory

· Simple techniques that can be applied to any industry

· How to use mental skills in the workplace

· Learning is the engine for commercial progress