Brad Zupp is a memory athlete. He has set records for his memorization skills at the World Memory Championships. Now as a speaker, instructor and private coach, Brad helps others learn the steps to master their memory.
In Episode Four of the Savvy Event Podcast, guest James Songster discussed the five keys of Customer Service. If you haven't listened to that episode, you will definitely want to check it out.
In this episode, Brad is going to build on the fifth pillar. With these tools you can transform your memory into a valuable asset. An important tool for customer service, event planning and networking.
By the end of this interview you will learn:
- How a great memory adds value to your business.
- The three steps to remembering anything.
- How to isolate your memory “problem areas”.
- Interactions for “Name capture”.
- Ways to “store” a memory.
- Secrets to recalling your memories when they are needed.
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