Remembrandt wants to remember you

My name is Kumbu which means “to remember” in Swahili. Most of my friends outside of Kenya call me Remembrandt because that also means to remember but gives a nod to my art mentor, Rembrandt. I love to paint, bake, and create memorable experiences. 

While Phil and I don’t see eye-to-eye on low-carb diets and politics, we do agree on the need to start a revolution against boring/forgettable events. We waste too much time and effort on events that seem like they’re delivering results, but fail to move people emotionally.    #NoMoreBoringEvents

Imagine me sneaking into your next event. What would I notice? What might I find joyful; or frustrating?  What would inspire me to fondly mention the experience to friends several years down the road?  

I hope this book offers some wisdom that will help you create a rememorable experience for your audience. 

If you have any questions, just forward those to Phil@philmershon.com, as I’m very slow to respond to email since I don’t have opposable thumbs.