MEMORY MASTERCLASS

VIRTUAL INTERACTIVE TRAINING

How good is your memory? Do you often misplace items? Do you have a hard time remembering people’s names, facts and figures, or forget items on your to-do list? You don’t have a bad memory – you just need a better way to use it!

Fred will help you discover the true potential of your amazing memory. This interactive workshop will alter your preconceived notions of how your memory works, and will open up a whole new world of mental abilities you didn’t know you had. You will learn skills that you can apply to your everyday life, will improve your professional life, help you learn a new language, and alter the way you learn and study. These are the same skills that Fred uses as a corporate mentalist to astonish his audiences with a seemingly superhuman memory!
 
The Memory Masterclass - How to Remember Everything, and Never Forget a Thing!

"Remember everything and never forget a thing!"

REVIEWS OF THE MEMORY MASTERCLASS

"I am a homeschool parent who is digitally challenged. I am in awe that we were afforded the opportunity to take part in this wonderful program. I recommend this to everyone. Thank you Fred Berthelot for your contributions and time in assisting so many achieve their potential. You are a hero in our home."

- Asereht Madrigal

"The virtual presentation of Fred Berthelot's Memory Masterclass was phenomenal. A wonderfully unintimidating and interactive presentation, he shared a wealth of tools to help improve memory that all the attendees are excited to use. Highly recommended!"

- Michelle Gario

"Fred makes the class enjoyable while providing hints as to how to remember almost anything.  OK ANYthing. His sense of humor and down to earth approach make for a pleasant learning experience."

- Sue Rehnquist

 

"I was very impressed and happy to acquire tools to memorize names and places. Outstanding and educational!! I would recommend to anyone."

- Patricia V.

 

"I recently saw Fred Berthelot's entertaining presentation on Memory. He taught the audience a few methods to use to remember names, lists, etc. It was a lot of fun - and useful.He took the time to speak with people afterwards.  Five stars +"

- Merrill Hodder