Remembering a number of people’s names in groups is one of the most basic skills required to build and maintain trust, credibility, and respect with your audience. Yet this seems to be one of those skills nearly everyone has trouble with. Here’s an opportunity to spend an hour with Tom Weber, national memory trainer, author, and speaker in this area to learn what it takes to remember people’s names once and for all. Questions discussed include:
- Why is it that people always remember a face but not a name?
- What is the language of memory, and how can we use this language to our advantage?
- On your CD, “Winning the Name Game”, you say that the starting point for your training is the acronym FIG. Can you explain this to us.
- Why is action and emotion essential for remembering?
- You say there are six steps to remembering a name. Could you describe each of them to us? (the six steps are listed at the bottom for your own reference)
- The techniques outlined in Step 2: Introductions must be used tactfully. How can this be done?
- You mention on your CD that most of the time, upon meeting someone, we transition immediately into some sort of conversation, how is this detrimental to remembering that individual’s name?
- Action Step 3 suggestions that we turn names into pictures. However, doesn’t that mean that I will need hundreds and thousands of pictures?
- What is a ‘chain of visualization’ and why is it important?
- Action step 6 addresses review and conclusion. When is this necessary? Why is it so important?
Free 7-day audio mini course. A free preview to Tom and Eric’s program “Winning The Name Game”
- MP3 recording of interview
- Written notes summarizing the highlights
- Bonuses listed above
About Tom Weber. National Memory Trainer Tom Weber has taught thousands of professionals and students how to turn their memory into a powerful tool. Today, he will be teaching us how to remember names, his most requested topic. Professional, dynamic, and witty, Tom knows what it takes to connect with an audience. His clients span virtually every industry and include such companies as American Express, State Farm, Baird & Warner, ReMax, Harley-Davidson, and
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