I usually remember people…
Recently I “met” a man who I have previously met 4 times.
The first time was at a (1) community lunch that we both attended. We sat beside each other talked about our professions and several things we had in common. It was nice. The second time was (2) two weeks later at a similar event, again sitting at the same table for lunch. There was a vague memory of the first lunch. The third time was (3) again at lunch, but this time by happenstance. It was as if we had never met. The fourth time was at (4) a Wednesday night dinner at church. We sat immediately next to each other and I intentionally had a “memorable” conversation about Jack Black singing gospel songs. Who could forget that? The fifth time (5) was just the other day…
I’m not sure what this means. I’m not sure if I should be offended, or not care, or treat it as proof that “you never get a second chance to make a first impression” is just not true. In any event, I recommend that you try to remember people and remember meeting them.
The one final take away is that on all of these occasions I was NOT wearing a bow tie. Perhaps I am not myself sans bow tie.
Matthew Thompson is a Divorce Litigation Lawyer in Mississippi, the Hospitality State and is recommitting to the bow tie.
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