08/14/2011

Harry Lorayne 8-9 PM
website: www.harrylorayne.com, www.memoryimprovement.org
Book: Ageless Memory: Simple Secrets for Keeping Your Brain Young

Harry Lorayne has studied, practiced, applied, changed, modernized, invented, sophisticated, manipulated, taught, demonstrated, written about, lectured on, conducted seminars on, memory training, memory improvement, techniques for well over half a century.  Mr. Lorayne has appeared numerous times on television shows, remembering the names of everyone in the studio audience (plus memorizing a complete issue of Time Magazine and other feats of memory).  He’s even been the answer to crossword puzzle clues (World renowned memory training specialist seven letters) and been featured in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not .

Topics to be covered (time permitting):

1. Can anyone train his or her memory?
2. How long have you been teaching your memory-training systems?
3. How did you become the world’s foremost memory training specialist?
4. On the rear dustjacket cover of one of your books, there was a part of a strong testimonial from retired Airforce Colonel Arthur Ballard- can you tell us about that?
5. We know that many corporations hire you to teach their people to remember- what, mostly, do you teach them?
6. Do you teach how to remember foreign language, or english vocabulary?
7. Is there anything that your memory-training systems do not apply to, or cannot help people remember? (the answer is no)
8. Is there any specific quick trick for remembering important facts?
9. In your estimation, what is the hardest thing that you have found to memorize?
10. Have you ever had a client that was unable to be taught memorization?

Related links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Lorayne

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_and_aging

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recall_(memory)

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Dr. Richard Edelson (in studio) 8-9 PM

Website:  Edelson & Associates

Dr. Richard Edelson is a neuropsychologist in Louisville.  He has been in private practice since 1975 and heads one of the largest groups in Kentucky, with 12 psychologists, seeing patients of all ages.  Dr. Edelson specializes in diagnosis of diseases involving cognitive decline, especially in the area of memory.

Topics to be covered (time permitting):

1. Identify there an age at which memory is at its best?
2. When does memory start to decline?
3. Can anything be done to stave off that decline?
4. What causes the memory changes seen in a dementia such as that associated with Alzheimer’s Disease?
5. Can the techniques described in your book be helpful for someone with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type?
6. What’s the difference between immediate, short-term and long-term memory?
7. Do emotions affect memory?

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Cathy Holloway Hill (in studio) 9-10 PM

website: www.chollowayhill.com, www.emotionalbailout.com, www.blogtalkradio.com/cathy-holloway-hill
Book: Emotional Bailout – Nine Principles for Rising When Your World is Falling

Cathy Holloway Hill is Founder and CEO of C. Holloway Hill Enterprises, a personal and professional development company, and in addition to her entrepreneurial work, she has executive leadership experience with two Fortune 100 companies (IBM & Brown-Forman).  She walked away from a successful corporate career to focus on her life’s purpose of enhancing and advancing the lives of others. She is the author of Emotional Bailout – Nine Principles for Rising When Your World is Falling.

Topics to be covered (time permitting):

1. Please tell our listeners what your book (Emotional Bailout) is about?
2. Once we are stuck in our comfort zones, what are a few small steps to get out of the rut?
3. Most people have no idea what they are passionate about – how do they discover it?
4. In this difficult economy, what advice do you have for people who have lost their job?
5. Explain what a Life Coach is, and how can you help solve life problems?
6. Let’s talk about attitude – how important is it, and how can you gain control of it?
7. How did you find the courage to leave your Corporate job?
8. What was your defining moment in life?
9. Do you coach individuals or corporations?  Or both?
10. How do you begin your coaching sessions?
11. What are you most requested corporate workshops and why?
12. What youth activities are you involved in?
13. Is self-esteem and self confidence the same?  Why or why not?  Explain.
14. How does the media influence people?
15. What are some tips to improve relationships?

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Kate Chawansky
Dr. Stan Frager Show
Louisville, KY
producer

Tony Safina
Media researcher
tony@iglou.com

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