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Jason Randal: Learn How to “Stretch” Your Memory & Focus

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If ever there were a man of action, it’s expertise theorist Jason Randal, whose boundless passion has led him to develop a jaw-dropping array of specialties. In his kinetic talk, Randal discusses how to use “stretching” to increase memory and focus, the relationship between play and learning, and the transformative power of surrounding yourself with enthusiastic, passionate people.


Jason Randal, Theorist on developing expertise

Jason Randal is a renowned entertainer and speaker to Fortune 500 companies who has developed strategies to accomplish extraordinary results in shockingly record time. Randal holds a PhD in social psychology and is a member of MENSA. He works in three languages, has published numerous magazine articles and three books including Magic For Professionals and The Psychology of Deception. Randal is a board certified master hypnotherapist, a licensed locksmith, a NAUI master scuba instructor, a licensed special effects technician, and a master certified flight instructor for both airplanes and helicopters.

Randal, a seventh degree black belt master in karate instructed six years for the Chuck Norris karate schools, and three years as a drill sergeant and hand to hand combat instructor for the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. For ten years Jason was a technical advisor and stuntman in Hollywood working on projects such as the CHiPS television series, and in 11 films including Officer and a Gentleman, Tequila Sunrise, and Pretty Woman. He extensively trained such stars as Richard Gere, Lou Gossette, Tom Cruise, William Shatner and Mel Gibson.

Comments (14)
  • Paul West Jauregui

    Enjoyed listening to Jason Randal earlier this year. Happy to see the footage online – thank you 99% team.

  • Abiola

    This is wonderful. Your site is such an incredible resource. I feel like I’ve joined a secret club. Thank you.

  • Nick Rovisa

    I feel exactly the same way Abiola! Long live the 99%!

  • Nick Rovisa

    I feel exactly the same way Abiola! Long live the 99%!

  • Nick Kellet

    Interesting. I wish more people thought about expanding our attention spans

  • Kat

    Wow, Randal you are impressing. You are talking so fast, I can see your mind works extremely fast! =)
    Very valuable tips though! Being passionate about something and surrounding yourself with others who share that interest.

  • BJ Holbrook

    Thanks for sharing. He’s giving away some very useful information here.

    Is there a way to view the entire presentation?

  • Matthew

    Seriously. The site is a wonderful resource. This video is great.

  • Caveman

    Is it only me, or can you guys also not view the video in full screen?

  • jkglei

    I just tested the video full screen & it seems to be playing fine.

  • Steven Crawford

    This talk is the most unfocused stream of conscious.  Saying the things foremost in your mind very quickly doesn’t constitute communication of an idea.

  • misterchyke

    Nice… The videos get too addictive you actually forget to go out and do something… 🙂

  • Lockpicking

    Thank you Jason for your valuable tips. I think it will be very useful if we implement it.

  • Jasmine Hsu

    This is great talk! Thank you for the tips!

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