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After Dinner Speaker | Entertainment | Personal Development
Bob Gray immigrated to Canada from England in 1979 as an entertainer. He immigrated under a unique condition ... he had to prove he wasn't taking a job from a Canadian. He wasn't, in fact he wasn't taking a job from anyone else in the world. He was uniquely qualified for the job. He would be demonstrating on stage some unique talents that netted him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. After demonstrating these abilities to an amazed immigration official, his passport was stamped and he became a Canadian.
For the next several years Mr. Gray traveled North America demonstrating his incredible memory and unique abilities, working comedy clubs, Universities and Colleges. Then he switched careers and entered the fitness industry. Using his memory techniques he never forgot a client's name, he remembered their individual fitness goals, interests, hobbies and even the names of their spouse's and children. Consequently he quickly became the top salesperson, winning every individual sales contest the company offered. He was promoted through the ranks from salesperson to ultimately becoming a partner in the company.
While in the fitness industry Bob Gray was asked to share his techniques at a national fitness convention, it was an instant success. Since that time he has developed a series of hilarious sales oriented and self improvement keynotes and workshops including "The Turbo Charged Brain," "I'm No Good With Names ... But I Never Forget A Face!" and "181 Minutes To Total Recall," (The Master Program).
Besides his many television appearances, (including Ripley's Believe It Or Not, The NBC Today Show and Regis) Bob Gray has taught and entertained groups of between 20 and 2500 people on four continents.