Never Struggle to Remember a Name Again!

The simple fact is, if you want to get good at networking you need to get good at remembering people’s names.  However, we all know that’s much easier said than done . . .

Niiraj Shah, one of the world’s leading experts on business networking started off years ago going to networking events and struggling to remember any given person’s name minutes after he’d met them.  He knew he needed to so something to change this if he wanted to become a successful networker so after giving it a significant amount of thought, he came up with an extremely effective 3-step process that has forever solved the problem he had with remembering names.

Watch this video where Niiraj shares his simple, 3-step secret to remembering people’s names.  Then, try it out and come back and leave a comment to let us know what kind of results you ended up with . . . my guess is you’ll be extremely impressed with how well this works!

10 thoughts on “Never Struggle to Remember a Name Again!

  1. Many people struggle with remembering people’s names. As the above comment says, I always write down pertinent info on the back of the business card. It’s also a good idea to phonetically spell out the name if it is a variation of a “regular” spelling, etc. Of course, everyone should be wearing a name badge at any business or networking event,- this helps the people who are “name impaired” 🙂

    Shawn McCarthy

  2. Ivan. Just thought you should know. I’m a fan and have been following this site. Unfortunately on Google Chrome browser, the code is strange and the text goes over the video, making it very hard to look at.
    Cheers and keep up the great work.

  3. Excellent recommendations! I will recommend to my Educational Coordinators to present and forward the message to their members.

  4. This is a fantastic video and an essential part of networking. There is a saying; “They don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.” There is nothing that says “I don’t care about you” like forgetting someones name after they have just told you, whether or not it’s intentional. A name is a bridge to valuable relationships. Great post, keep the amazing content coming Dr. Misner!

    Happy networking!


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