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Memory Spring Monthly

Remember People's Names to Improve Relationships

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For most of us, remembering people's names is our biggest  memory challenge. We've all been there ... walking through the grocery store and we see a familiar face. We struggle to remember their name. As they get closer, we begin to determine our options. Some of potential options include:
 
The Pre-emptive Strike: "Michael Green (with an extended hand). It's great to see you again?" (Hoping that they return the favor and introduce themselves back.)
 
The No Name Intro:"Hey! It's good to see you again!" (With a look of fear on our face.)
 

The Silent Wave: (Wave or salute with a smile on our face.) 

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Clarify Your Purpose to Improve Reading Recall

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Clarifying your purpose alerts your mind on what to focus on when reading. General knowledge, information gathering, job responsibilities, test preparation, and entertainment are just a few of the reasons why people read. To properly prepare, ask yourself these three questions.
 

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