Anthony Metivier – How To Memorize Names and Faces
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Miserable, isn’t it? You just met someone two seconds ago and already you can’t remember their name.
What if you could sit down for less than an hour and eliminate that problem forever?
There’s no reason you can’t learn this simple skill right away and leave the shame of forgetting names behind forever.
What Will You Learn?
Three ways to remember names and how to use them together for maximum effect.
How to remembers details about each person you meet, ranging from any details they mention to where and when you met.
Powerful ways to remember how people look and develop your visual memory so you can “see” better in the darkness of your mind.
Easy ways to practice remembering names and recalling them in person so that you’re never worried about making a mistake.
Who Is It For?
Frankly, this course should be required by high schools before sending young people out into the professional world. Anyone who wants to boost their socialization skills by a factor of 100 needs to know how to remember the names of everyone they meet.
What You Get
How to Memorize Names and Faces delivered to you in a compact video course with accompanying Ebook that walks you through everything in detail.
12, direct and to the point videos with accompanying worksheets, exercises and the accompanying Magnetic Memory Method For Names and Faces Ebook. You also get a special bonus that will teach you how to recite the alphabet backwards.
Brace yourself for fun because this exercise has great uses in social situations that you just have to try out to believe them!
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- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 170
- Assessments Yes