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6 Tricks To Make People Know Your Name In A Gathering

Have you always found yourself in places or gatherings where you feel bad because those you talk to do not know your name.
Well here are 8 things you can do to make them know your name.
1. Use your name in conversation or when telling a story. Though it can sound awkward at first but you have to practise till you find a suitable story or instance you can tell that will involve you adding your name.
2. Where a shirt, top or jersey that has your name customized on it.
3. Sometimes knowing their names make them want to know yours. And if that doesn't work pronouncing their name wrongly or giving them a nickname forces them to know your name or give you nickname too.
4. If you just won a game or do something spectacular, there is no harm in praising your name. Example: Ortintin you are the best.
5. You can fake a call and tell your name to the false reciever. For example you can say-  "this is Ortintin on the line, who are my speaking with." You can repeat it by saying - "This is Ortintin who is this?".
6. Collect their phone number ask for their name to save it, then call them and tell them your name so they can save your number too.
Other tricks are:
I. Inviting your close friend to the gathering. Because at some point, he will definitely call your name.
II. Try to be interesting or talk interestingly. This will make people want to know you more and consequently your name.
III. You can beat your chest and call your name when you are saying or argueing something you are certain about.
Stay tuned for my next post on how to figure out someone's name.

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