Always remember other people’s name. It’s one of the secrets of success from Dale Carnegie’s book How to Win Friends and Influence People. He writes, “Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” I could not have chosen better wording to express the importance of remembering someone’s name. Although published in 1936, this rule is still applicable, if not more important in today’s technology-mediated communication. Sometimes we forget how powerful first impressions are when interacting with someone face-to-face. It shows respect because there’s nothing worse than saying “hey you”. And remembering the other persons name will improve your social, business, and personal life – it is the one golden rule to live by. There are memory tricks such as impressions, repetitions, and associations; just find a method that is suitable to your thinking process. No one said it would be easy, I’m just saying it’s going to be worth it.
1. One of my all-time favourite communication campaigns does it again. Procter and Gamble released another “Thank You Mom” video. Watch Here.
2. I am so excited for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. I love seeing the world get together to celebrate human triumphs.
3. It’s not Mother’s Day, but be sure to let your mom know how much she means to you. Always remember… “Please and Thank You.”
Violeta Todorova proud sponsor of the Olympic Games.
1. THANK YOU, Mrs. Todorova. I may not be an Olympic Athlete, but I turned out alright.
2. Did you know MOTHERS DAY is on a different day in each country?
3. This is one of my favourite advertisements OF ALL TIME.