"You can make more friends in two months by becoming genuinely interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you." - Dale Carnegie The best way to convince people that you are interested in them is to remember their name. It makes a good impression and helps bridge the gap from acquaintance to friend. In his list on how to find success, Lyndon B. Johnson listed "Remember Names" as number one. However, most people say they aren't any good at it and there is nothing worse than standing next to someone and drawing a blank on their name. The best way to get better is practice. Napoleon III used to review the names of new people at the end of each day in order to keep them fresh in his mind. Your Name helps with just that.

  • Keep track of new names and record the proper pronunciation
  • Associate helpful identifiers with each person
  • Review new names at the end of each day to keep them fresh in your mind
  • Create groups to organize names
  • Ability to archive names after a chosen number of days