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How To Remember Names & Develop Authentic Relationships

It’s pretty amusing to go through my inbox and Facebook feed in the morning. These are the sorts of things vying for my attention: Remove Bloat Once And For All 7 Steps To Better Sex 11 Reasons You Need a Relationship Detox 5 Keys To Becoming Irresistible Supercharge Your Day With These 8 Superfoods … yada yada Admittedly, I, too, play a part in the entertaining trend of hooking, and getting hooked, by captivating headlines. We’re all competing for your attention by being interesting. Because let’s face it, time is precious and “interesting” works. But not all the time. So, check this out… I just attended a conference last week and noticed the times I would meet someone and within minutes forget his or her name. Wtf? Why is it so hard to remember names? Is this a function of age? My 7

Are you a crappy friend too?

Take on these 10 simple tips and seriously improve ALL of your relationships. I’m going to admit it, up until the past few years I don’t think I’ve ever been a very good friend. It took becoming a coach for me to realize this. And it’s changed my life – no longer can I blindly go about in my relationships and be what I was: a girl trying hard to be heard and valued all the time. In every relationship and interaction with another, I was silently asking the question: “Do you like me?” I discovered that I’ve been subconsciously seeking approval underneath everything I thought, said, or did within any relationship. Coaching has awakened me to this and though I understand what’s going on, that need to be heard and valued is still there. But I know I’m not alone