Choose Between Two Options
- $189 for Memory Fun 101 for one (a $397 value)
- $350 for Memory Fun 101 for two (a $794 value)
The workshop takes place at the San Francisco Tennis Club twice a month from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a one-hour lunch break from noon to 1 p.m. The workshop is divided into four courses, which include memory fundamentals, number memory, names and faces, and a closing segment on speeches, foreign languages, and college material.
The International Man of Memory
He's been seen on ABC, CNN, and NBC, and his marvelous cognitive skills have been chronicled in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post. His engaging presentations have bewildered audiences at Harvard and UC Berkeley, and he even has his own theme song. He can sprout off every Kentucky Derby detail since 1875 down to the nanosecond, and recall random hundred-digit number sequences in five minutes flat. Robots hate him, but most humans would kill a robot for Chester Santos's attention span. For the US Memory Champion, aka The International Man of Memory, the things that most people immediately forget—like phone numbers, foreign languages, or the name of that neighbor that you keep calling "dude"—easily can be retained with his series of memory-improving strategies. Through his workshops, corporate-training sessions, and exciting speeches across the world, Chester guarantees that his methods boost the mental fitness of participants and even offers free online follow-up courses for all of his workshop attendees.