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What Is the Forgetting Curve, and Can You Use It to Your Advantage?

Anyone who’s forgotten someone’s name at a party can relate

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Has someone ever come up to you at a party and you have no idea who they are? Sir Richard Attenborough famously called everyone darling because he was not sure of their names. Similarly, I’ve learnt that by saying “lovely to see you” instead of “nice to meet you” you can save yourself a lot…

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