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What's in my bag? — Nelson Dellis

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Nelson Dellis is 4x USA Memory Champion and one of the leading memory experts in the world, traveling
 

What's in my bag?

December 11 · Issue #28 · View online
Each week, one interesting person shares four favorite things in their bag.

Nelson Dellis is 4x USA Memory Champion and one of the leading memory experts in the world, traveling around the world as a competitive Memory Athlete, Memory Consultant, Published Author and highly sought-after Keynote Speaker. Subscribe to his Youtube channel for tons of free content about memory improvement. You can also follow him on Instagram @nelzor.

When I’m on the go and need to concentrate or do some memory training, I use some heavy duty construction-grade noise blocking headphones to drown out the sounds. These give me my personal space and allow me to get work done.
I love these sketchbooks, especially without lines. I plan my days, work out memory strategies, and even draw in them whenever I’m on the go.
Sony a7iii ($1998.00) + accessories
I’m always filming or creating memorable content for my YouTube channel and for clients, so I always bring my small (but powerful) Sony mirrorless (along with a few accessories: lenses, microphone, SD cards, drone).
This thing is tiny, powerful, and fast. I use it to store my footage on the go and also as a drive to edit from when I don’t want to clutter up my desktop or laptop.
About the bag
Incase Camera Pro ($220) is the bag I use for most of my travels and work. It can carry my laptop, all my camera gear, as well as all the little peripherals that I need. I’ve brought it everywhere: Cuba, Tibet, Nepal, Tanzania, NYC, etc. It’s almost 3 years old and no sign of wear. The zippers open up real quick and easy to access everything you need in a quick moment. Love it!
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