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How to Remember Names and Faces | [Harry Lorayne]

How to Remember Names and Faces

How important is recalling a name or face? No matter how briefly you may have met, remembering someone can be a crucial social and business skill. By applying Lorayne's proven system of memory development, you'll be able to avoid the embarrassment and possible cost of forgetting a name or face. Learn to sidestep unnecessarily awkward situations and grasp potentially important relationships. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to train your memory through this unique approach.
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Publisher's Summary

Remember the name but can't remember the face?
Remember the face but can't remember the name?

Harry Lorayne's easy-to-use techniques will teach you how!

How important is recalling a name or face? No matter how briefly you may have met, remembering someone can be a crucial social and business skill. By applying Lorayne's proven system of memory development, you'll be able to avoid the embarrassment and possible cost of forgetting a name or face. Learn to sidestep unnecessarily awkward situations and grasp potentially important relationships. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to train your memory through this unique approach.

©1989 Harry Lorayne; (P)2007 Random House Inc.

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"Harry Lorayne, a memory-training specialist, addresses a common problem for people in business or social situations. He says most people do not remember names, and he suggests two simple rules to alleviate this problem. Lorayne speaks in a strong New York accent, complete with the variations in pacing and intonation specific to the region. He gets silly following his memory rules, and there are cute skits...demonstrating how embarrassing it is to forget names. This enjoyable production offers practical ideas." (AudioFile)

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    I read or listen to at least one book a week. This was a wasted day. Short stupid and if you don't know these points, this is most likely your first book...which is fine!

    I think that I had a few beers before downloading this one!

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