Joe Riggs

Author's details

Name: Joe Riggs
Date registered: December 18, 2012
URL: http://www.TheWorldOfJoeRiggs.com
Jabber / Google Talk: ConsultingMentalist221B

Biography

"For the past 15 years, internationally acclaimed Mentalist, Deductionist, Writer, Lecturer, and Consultant Joe Riggs has been captivating clients with his indispensable insights and enthralling audiences with his own singular style of cutting edge psychological entertainment. Picture Sherlock Holmes meets Patrick Jane and you’ll begin to get an idea of the non-fictional phenomenon that is Joe Riggs. At just 35 years old, his incredibly versatile areas of expertise include: advanced deductive and inductive reasoning, speed reading people, nonverbal communication, uncanny mastery of human behavior, and various forms of suggestion — not to mention his eidetic memory — all of which culminate into a psychological tapestry that most can only perceive as mind reading... but it's not minds Joe reads, it's people..."

Latest posts

  1. Deductionist Joe Riggs Discussed In New Hit Book “The Great Detective.” — June 10, 2015
  2. The Baltimore Sun Interview: “Joe Riggs is inside your head.” — August 26, 2014
  3. Happy Birthday Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – A Tribute To The Prolific Genius Who Inspired Generations… — May 22, 2014
  4. The Monolithic ‘Magnussen’ Mind Palace – Fact Or Fiction? — January 14, 2014
  5. The Inspiring Case of The Happy Life Story. — December 17, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Supercharging Your Memory Palace, New Palaces & Connecting the Labyrinths Within… — 9 comments
  2. Phonetic Encoding: A Linguistic Upgrade For Your Mind Palace & Mental Hard Drive — 9 comments
  3. Peter Cushing As Sherlock Holmes: A Force To Be Reckoned With… — 7 comments
  4. The Memory Palace – From Sherlock Holmes to Designing Your Own… — 6 comments
  5. Wiping Your Memory Palace, Sealing Important Data Permanently & Layering For Incredible Recall — 5 comments

Author's posts listings

Jun 10

Deductionist Joe Riggs Discussed In New Hit Book “The Great Detective.”

I am tremendously honored to be included in the well received, runaway hit “The Great Detective” by Zach Dundas, alongside such illustrious interviewees as the creators of BBC Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch, Laurie R. King, and many more. Dundas’s book is exhaustively and impeccably researched, and his insightful section about me really captures the essence of …

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Aug 26

The Baltimore Sun Interview: “Joe Riggs is inside your head.”

Hello friends! I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by The Baltimore Sun, and since the story just hit their website a few hours ago, naturally I couldn’t resist sharing it with my astute readers. The interview was spawned by an upcoming charity show I am performing September 4 in honor of the SPCA. (Who …

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May 22

Happy Birthday Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – A Tribute To The Prolific Genius Who Inspired Generations…

Today is a very special day for millions of people around the world, including myself. It is the day a man we owe so very much to was born, Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle. Doyle was born on May 22nd, 1859 at 11 Picardy Place in Edinburgh, Scotland to mother Mary Foley and father Charles Altamont Doyle. His …

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Jan 14

The Monolithic ‘Magnussen’ Mind Palace – Fact Or Fiction?

The Curious Case of the Criticized Capability Today on Tumblr (yes I actually opened a post this way) a blogger openly attacked the BBC’s use of the “Mind Palace” technique. They also expressed criticisms regarding the capacity of Charles Augustus Magnussen’s Mind Palace. Magnussen was of course a character in “His Last Vow,” the incredible …

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Dec 17

The Inspiring Case of The Happy Life Story.

Friends, I’m going to be making a pretty big announcement within the next few days but first I would like to share something very inspiring, and powerful with you. Those of you that have been following my blog for some time will know that I’ve never shared anything quite like this, nor have I ever …

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