Summary of Remember Every Name Every Time
Corporate America's Memory Master Reveals His Secrets
Copyright © 2002 by Benjamin Levy
Reprinted by permission of Fireside, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc., N.Y.
Do you have trouble remembering names? Forget about it! With the techniques in this book, you can remember anything.
Anyone who has trouble remembering names will be attracted to this book, which presents several techniques for remembering names. Be forewarned, however: remembering names requires a lot of work. Just as reading a book on how to juggle will not make you into a juggler, reading this book will not give you total recall. Shortcuts just don’t exist. Author Benjamin Levy has built an impressive client base by performing as a magician and memory expert at top-end events. He provides the visual and verbal tools you need to recall names. However, getAbstract.com reminds readers that self-help books require you to start the regimen and continue it daily. We recommend this book to any business executive who wants to do better at remembering names and faces - but don’t forget to practice!
In this summary, you will learn
- Why remembering names is important
- How to use two techniques that will help you remember names
- How to identify the distinguishing facial features that will help you recall someone’s name
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