1st WORLD CONGRESS ON HEALTHY AGEING
"Evolution: Holistic Ageing in an Age of Change"
19th-22nd March 2012, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Organised by Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society



Tony Buzan
Tony Buzan

Tony Buzan, the internationally renowned expert on the thinking process, creativity and innovation holds a double Honours degree in psychology, English, mathematics and General Sciences from the University of British Columbia in 1964. He has been named as one of the world's top 5 speakers by Forbes magazine, a list which includes Margaret Thatcher and Mikhail Gorbachev, and audiences regularly describe his sessions as "inspirational" and "mind changing". As the inventor of Mind Mapping, described as the 'Swiss army knife of the brain' and used by an estimated 250 million people, he is the world's foremost expert in Mental Literacy. On this subject, Tony has written over 100 bestselling books, translated into 150 languages and read by millions worldwide.

Tony Buzan is an authority on principles of learning, productivity and efficiency, and his consultancy has been sought by leading companies including: Microsoft, IBM, Walt Disney, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Barclays International, McLaren Technology, British Telecom, the Royal Mail, Goldman Sachs, Oracle, STABILO, BBC, BP, The Liechtenstein Global Trust, HSBC Bank.

Tony's accolade as one of the world's top speakers has been forged through the appreciation of his audiences, many of whom have described his seminars and workshops as "life-changing". He has been lauded for his "complete mastery of his subject", coupled with his engaging manner and "human touch". Delegates have routinely praised Tony Buzan for his "energising, affirming and amusing" lectures which inspire and enthuse.

In 2008, Tony received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the American Creativity Association (ACA), at the 14th Annual International Conference on Creativity and Innovation, for his original contributions to the planet in the areas of Creativity, Innovation and Thinking.

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