Featuring: Advisory Board Member Nelson Dellis

We are honored to have globally renowned memory thought leader and world record holder Nelson Dellis as a member of our Advisory Board. He provides great memory content via his YouTube channel, and in addition to watching one of his helpful videos (click the image above to view), you can learn more about Nelson and his thoughts on the MapHabit™ system below.

Nelson Dellis // 4x USA Memory Champion

Nelson Dellis // 4x USA Memory Champion

  • Founder of Climb for Memory, an Alzheimer’s non-profit

  • Author of Remember It!: The Names of People You Meet, All of Your Passwords, Where You Left Your Keys, and Everything Else You Tend to Forget

Learn more about Nelson and connect HERE

Q: What inspired you to join the MapHabit™ team?

A: My interest in memory and brain health began with my grandmother, who suffered from Alzheimer’s. From the very beginning of my journey to become one of the best memorizers in the world, my goal was to find a way to make sure Alzheimer’s disappeared in my lifetime. As years pass by, this goal seems quite elusive, but the best I can do is try to make life easier for people who deal with cognitive impairments. MapHabit™ attempts to do that in a way that excited me and thus, made me want to join the team.

Q: How do you foresee MapHabit helping people?

A: The current landscape of Alzheimer’s research suggests we aren’t going to see a cure any time soon. So what we should be focusing on is ways to help the lives of people suffering from the disease or any cognitive impairment; therapies that can help allow people to continue on with their lives with less of a burden. I see MapHabit™ as the answer to that.

Q: How does your experience impact MapHabit’s success?

A: I come from a non-scientific background (in relation to memory and the brain), but I have real-life, tried-and-true memory techniques and strategies that work. I feel like my added practical expertise will be crucial in helping MapHabit™ succeed.

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