Guest Post: Be more memorable at networking meetings

I’m a big fan of geeky “applied science” books.  You know the ones – Malcolm Gladwell, et al. – where they intersect some cultural or other phenomenon with scientific research for an “aha!” moment.

One of my long-term favorites is Daniel Goleman’s book Emotional Intelligence. And when the incident I talk about in this guest post happened, his explanation of how Broca’s Area in the brain functions to ration our capacity for attention came immediately to mind.

A big thanks to my friend Sylvia Browder for allowing me to riff on this idea in her sandbox.

Deborah Savadra

Hi, my name is Deborah Savadra, and I write marketing copy for technology companies who sell to the legal industry. I have a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of South Alabama with a minor in Public & Corporate Communications, and I’m also a student in American Writers & Artists Inc.’s Accelerated Copywriting Program.

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