Remembering Names

Dale Carnegie’s sixth principle is stated this way:

“Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.”

Wow! Kinda puts a lot of pressure on both remembering someone’s name and just as important pronouncing it correctly!

What if you could remember the names of 20-plus people, first and last, after just one night? You can get that and much more when you enroll in Dale Carnegie Training!

This week’s guest is Terrence Richard. He’s a sales specialist with Cox Communications, but more importantly he’s a genuine person who knows how valuable knowing someones name can really be.

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