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Remembering Names

Identify four common reasons why we forget names.

Dale Carnegie said, “A person’s name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language.” Remembering names of customers, prospects, networking contacts, and colleagues is critical to your ongoing professional success. It is essential in forming and strengthening relationships as well as establishing rapport with individuals and feeling confident doing so.

What You’ll Learn

Identify four common reasons why we forget names. Use several memory development techniques to help you remember names that are fun, inspire confidence, and help build better relationships.

Why you want to learn it

Learning these remembering name techniques can help you remember names when you need them. They are the basis for being able to grow more effectively and tap into your network of contacts. It will also give you the confidence as well as help you with stress when approaching people.

How it will help you

Today more than ever, professionals rely on stronger people networks to help them work more efficiently and advance in their careers. Using these time-tested techniques will help you feel confident in building relationships moving forward as well as overcoming embarrassing and stressful situations.

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