Daniel Kilov has been described as one of “the nation’s, finest thinkers and communicators” 1. He was a speaker at the 2011 Australian Mensa Conference and was the opening speaker at the TEDxMacquarie and TEDxCanberra conferences in 2012. In 2014 he spoke at TEDxManly and the Mind and Its Potential conference.
In addition, Daniel has delivered engaging and thought-provoking training sessions to some of Australia’s most successful companies.
Inquiries regarding speaking engagements should be made to Daniel.Kilov@gmail.com
“TEDxCanberra chose Daniel to open our 2012 event – our biggest yet – in front of 600 inquisitive minds. We believe Daniel’s unique skills as a memory athlete, and his ability to communicate those skills to an audience that could then use them to better remember their TEDxCanberra experience, made for a “memorable” day; one that our entire audience really connected with.”
– Stephen Collins (Director of TEDxCanberra)
“When I was first told about Daniel’s memory techniques, like many others I was sceptical. Then, he showed the whole room how the right technique could unlock the power of the mind by reciting a list of 90 digits from memory and telling a narrative that helped everyone in the audience instantly remember lists we could only dream of remembering before that time. From that moment onwards, I have lived in awe of the ability of this well mannered and humble yet truly amazing young man.”
– Dr. Kevin Lim (Pharmaceutical Physician, Senior Medical Manager, AstraZeneca Australia)
“Forget what you think you know and know that what you’re thinking, can never be forgotten; Daniel produces real outcomes by teaching memory strategies that can be applied to all areas of my business & personal life”
– Christian Bell (MediMark International)
“Daniel delivered an impressive and memorable lecture to his captivated audience. This is unsurprising given his knowledge and impressive skills in memory techniques. His speech was informative and highly entertaining; managing to provoke laughs whilst talking about such a complex and interesting subject. I’m eager to attend the next lecture Daniel hosts.”
– Thom Hextall (Audience member at the 2011 Australian Mensa Conference)
“Daniel is a knowledgeable and entertaining presenter. His talk on ‘The Art of Memory’ offered our conference delegates an insight into how to improve memory as well as giving them practical tips to take away. We all enjoyed learning some Spanish vocabulary in a just few minutes using one of Daniel’s techniques.”
– Beth Phelan (Conference Director, Mind & Its Potential 2013)
“Daniel gave us a presentation at our Neuroleadership Interest Group held at Google on the Neuroscience of Memory. Daniel is a great presenter that gave us practical exercises and explained complicated things in really easy to understand ways. We enjoyed the session and many commented how useful it was. I am still certainly using the techniques regularly as a trainer to remember 15-20 names within 5-10 mins while listening to their introductions. I teach my participants and we test that by lunchtime everyone can remember everyone’s name and this feels great for us all.”
– Kristen Hansen (Founder of EnHansen Performance and leader of the Neuroleadership Interest Group in Sydney)