Brad Ball is a 30-something family man and business professional who happens to be one of the most prolific journal writers on the planet. As a teenager in the early 1990’s, Brad picked up a pen, started writing in his diary, and never stopped. Continuing for 20 years without ever missing a day (and still going), Brad has documented the comings and goings of his life, and has written endlessly about the friendships, relationships, and lessons he has learned along the way. This obsession with journaling ultimately spawned an extraordinary autobiographical memory, enabling Brad to remember dates, events, and specific details of his life with incredible accuracy and ease.
Leveraging his memory, his vast library of content, and his unique perspective as someone who has logged literally every event of his life since he was 16, Brad has codified some simple, yet remarkable tactics for personal development and self-improvement. His message on “learning and laughing at life” is completely fresh and links together the concepts of time, memory, and goal setting. Brad’s message is enlightening, motivating, well-researched, and resonates with individuals young and old who, after hearing Brad’s message, often remark “I never thought of it that way.”
Brad hails from Salt Lake City, Utah where his lives with his wife and four children. He graduated from the University of Utah, and holds a MBA with an emphasis in Marketing from Brigham Young University. In his spare time he enjoys snow skiing, racquetball, traveling, watching college football, and hiking the Wasatch Mountains with his kids.