It’s a noble thing to want to remember other people’s names better. In fact, it’s one of the core skills we teach in the Dale Carnegie Course. But, we want people to remember us too.
We hear it everyday in our work. You’ve undoubtably heard it a million times, too. It’s one of the most common skill deficits people cite: I’m horrible at remembering people’s names. There are all sorts of variations to the above, including, “I’m great with faces – I never forgot a face,” and, “I’ve never been […]