7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names
Author: Travis Tyler
Publication Date: January 12th, 2018
Synopsis: Forgetting a name can be worse than embarrassing—it can cost you in reputation, relationships, or even business. Remembering a name, on the other hand, makes you look great and can open doors.
Most of us have trouble remembering things — we’re only human, after all. The good news: Your brain has enormous memory capacity; you just need to learn how to use it.
7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names is here to help with easy-to-remember tricks you can use anytime, anywhere. Use the techniques inside to unlock your brain’s powerful memory potential today.
You will learn:
•Why the human brain discards information—even information you’ll need
•How to memorize names (and more!) and access them anytime
•How to build your “memory palace” and store all the information you want
•Memory techniques that work for YOU
The human brain — YOUR brain — can remember names and so much more. Are you ready to unleash your amazing memory? Read 7 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names and start making better connections now.
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I’ll be the first person to admit that I forget a lot of things, and so many times I honestly have a difficult time remembering the names of people I meet once. Sometimes I’ll find myself struggling to remember the name of a person that I only got to see once or twice, and then I feel pretty bad about it, because honestly, who likes forgetting the names of people? I really don’t. In fact, sometimes it can get embarrassing!
I read a lot of books and find myself misplacing some important information from time to time because I get so wrapped up in novels and tend to forget, so I thought maybe a little “refresher course” on how to help my memory improve might be a good thing, and I was right.
When I picked up this book, I was kind of skeptical, but it’s a short read so I thought, hey, why not give it a go and see if maybe I can learn a trick or two about remembering names? Well, a few pages in, I was actually hooked on the writing style, so I not only enjoyed reading, but I learned a few things, as well.
I don’t want to give too much away, but not only was the book a very interesting read on a topic that I think most people could actually benefit from, but the writing style in the book was light and kind of fun, making this less than a solely informational text and more of something I actually wanted to read.
At first, the whole thing about building a “memory palace” seemed kind of strange, but I found that by using some of the techniques in the book, I was actually able to achieve that and store vital information that I might have otherwise just tossed out, not thinking much of it.
I bet some of the techniques in this book could be used for more than just the names of people, too – I bet it would work awesomely for pets, books, TV shows…pretty much anything if you set your mind to it.