How to Remember Names and Faces
- Master the Art of Memorizing Anyone's Name
- Narrated by: Jason McCoy
- Length: 20 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 22-08-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: BN Publishing
Inside you will discover simple but powerful mind tricks that work for everybody to instantly stop forgetting and start remembering the names of the people you meet. This stuff works, and it's fun to use! Having the ability to remember people's names will give you a new level of personal confidence. You'll be admired and respected. People will naturally trust you more easily and you'll wield more influence with them.
Remembering people's names is a necessary skill in just about any field. Whether you're a salesperson, pastor, minister, teacher, counselor, politician, manager, business executive, entrepreneur, or simply a single person who's in the market, it should be obvious how being able to remember people's names will allow you to enjoy increased success and lead a fuller and more rewarding life. This system is so effective and so much fun to use that you'll wish you were taught how to do this on your first day of kindergarten. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to recall people's names effortlessly, once you learn this proven system. Be prepared to have a major breakthrough in your abilities and to 'laugh and learn' your way to success. Life is just plain better when you know how to remember people's names!
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By John Robert Elie Wilford on 14-09-17
This book is short and that's a good thing
This book is only 20 minutes and gives an overview of various methods to remember names and faces. Some may be upseat that this book is only 20 minutes, don't be. 20 minutes of memorized information is worth more than two days of forgotten information. Start your journey of remembering names by memorizing this book. Listen to it everyday for a month. This will also remind you every day to put these methods in action.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Michael A. Cole on 22-02-17
I expected more technical and mental exercises. not enough techniques were given. not really worth a payment.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful