Claire

Claire is an entrepreneur, author, educator, researcher, and speaker. She is the founder of many education companies, including StudentRDH and Inspire the Future Summit.

Her obsession with the brain and its power came from her mother’s influence, who has a PhD in Artificial intelligence from the 80s, and scanned her own daughter's brain to understand how to program the computer brain.

Claire is the 2019 Ontario Memory Champion. That means she can memorize decks of cards, hundreds of numbers and names, and random words within minutes. She used her own method, called WakeUp Memory™ system, to become the champion. Thousands of students, teachers, and professionals use the system to learn effectively. To her audience’s testimony: “Learning is now addictive.”

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Blueberry is one power brain food you must use

Can the brain benefit from certain nutrients or supplements? If food can help my memory, why not change the diet? The fruit of my study is today, blueberry.  I heard from memory champions that blueberry is food for the brain. Many health...

My cards are my lipstick (must-have in my purse)

Massing There is something called the “spacing” method. Just like the term suggests, the method is to “space” the repetitions, rather than putting them together, which method is called is massing.  I teach spacing techniques to students...

how the brain works

How the brain works

I don’t know about you, but I think the brain is the most fascinating part of our body. Out of all the parts of the human body, the brain is the one thing that we have yet to fully discover and study. The human brain is even more complex than...

Understanding is not memorizing

Sometimes, I wonder why memorization has such a bad rep. Everyone talks about critical thinking and problem-solving skills, but nobody really emphasizes a lot of importance on memorization. But think about it – if doctors wouldn’t memorize the...

alzheimer and memory

Alzheimer and memory

Using memory techniques can help the brain develop new pathways for learning and improve memory, even for people with early signs of Alzheimer’s disease, a new study suggests. People with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) improved their scores...

Loci = Memory Palace

The Freakish Willpower Of A Memory Wizard As an Italian Jesuit priest and missionary, Ricci’s memory techniques were so powerful that some of the people in China who heard him recite their books forward and backward thought he was a wizard. In...

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Sensory Memory Blessings

As someone who is not very visual, I’m so glad I learned how to use sensory memory to help me use memory techniques better. But at first, it was really hard coming to grips with the fact that I don’t really see pictures in my mind. After all, how is...