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What’s in a Name?

Five Rules to Help You Remember

By Joe Takash



There are all kinds of reasons why we forget names, but none of them matter. Your connection with people whose names you can’t recall is far weaker than with those whose names you do remember. Learning to remember names requires practice, commitment and repetition, but the results are well worth it.


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