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Just a question for SPs or everyone

kimmer-100

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Hi
I m just doing some project on face memories etc.
My question is for respected SPs or anyone really.
If you saw a client,3-4 years ago for only an hour or half hour, no contact after that, do you remember their faces?
Do SPs remember the faces of their one time only clients?
 
Dec 19, 2016
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I debated on whether to answer this question because I don't want to come across as cold or detached, but honestly, no. If I saw you for a half hour 3-4 years ago I would not remember you. Maybe if your head was half shaved or you had a tattoo on your face I would. But it makes it really awkward when that guy you've only seen once asks you , " do you remember me". I always say yes!
 

cruefan

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Some people are just not memorable unless they really stand out with some unique characteristics.

Some ladies that I have seen in the business a few years back I would never remember them if I seen them in public or in an appointment.
 

florenceyi

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I'm better with faces than names/emails from past clients who contact me, but most likely not. That's the same for acquaintances in my civie life as well.

I've been getting re-acquainted with clients from 7 years ago since my return 2 months ago into the industry, and I would say I remember 50% of the faces.
 

80watts

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Gonna say no. why, because sp/women change their hair, wear different clothes, and glasses.
But I am more likely to remember how an sp from 4 years ago then an sp to remember me, due to the numbers game. I seen the sp once, where I could be any number of guys to the sp....

Although some people have excellent memory recall.
 

kimmer-100

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I'm better with faces than names/emails from past clients who contact me, but most likely not. That's the same for acquaintances in my civie life as well.

I've been getting re-acquainted with clients from 7 years ago since my return 2 months ago into the industry, and I would say I remember 50% of the faces.
Nice! But the 50% faces you remember, are those clients included that visited you only once or twice for half hour or so?
 

florenceyi

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I don't offer half hours, but amongst those clients include 1hr calls. Like another poster alluded to, it really depends on how memorable you are.
 

Miss Hunter

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Gonna say no. why, because sp/women change their hair, wear different clothes, and glasses.
But I am more likely to remember how an sp from 4 years ago then an sp to remember me, due to the numbers game. I seen the sp once, where I could be any number of guys to the sp....

Although some people have excellent memory recall.
There's a specific part of the brain, the FFA, that specializes in facial recognition. Some people suffer from prosopagnosia, a difficulty in recognizing faces but the rest of their visual and memory processes are otherwise normal.
 

Lady Vanessa

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My brain has a strong sense for memorizing faces and locations. I am able to recognize a person from my past within that time span. And without too much physical change.
My sense of visual direction is pretty on point as well.
However, I lack with numbers and names. Which in this industry doesn't matter, as folks change their names and contact info when the circumstance arises.
 

Miss Hunter

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Hi
I m just doing some project on face memories etc.
My question is for respected SPs or anyone really.
If you saw a client,3-4 years ago for only an hour or half hour, no contact after that, do you remember their faces?
Do SPs remember the faces of their one time only clients?
Mind if I ask you to elaborate on the "etc'' part? I am genuinely curious. Human memory is a fascinating topic.
 

Lo-ki

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Check your closet..:)
When I go to the second part of the test I get “page not found” :(

But I’ve done similar tests in previous cognitive & forensic psych classes.
Sorry to hear you couldn't finish it...:(
 

Foggy

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I’m pretty good at remembering faces. Sometimes it takes awhile to figure it out, but there’s usually some faint neuron sparking away immediately when I see someone that I may have met long ago. The meeting would have to have something memorable about it, and having sex with them for an hour certainly qualifies. Putting a name to the face is not as successful though.
 

Number17

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This question is almost like asking do you expect your SP to get an orgasm. Same answer — you can hope but do not expect that they do.

If you happened to have a deeper level of connection with the SP, she would have a better to reach orgasm and also remember you at the same time.
 

Number17

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Dec 25, 2019
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Asking her whether she still remembers you from more than a year ago is also like asking whether she has had an orgasm. You’d most likely hear the answer you want to hear but only she really knows the truth.
 

lukom

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I guess it would vary from person to person. Some people have something about that might stand out to the SP. Funny thing is when I bought my first place I signed all my paper work with a particular notary. Years later I upgraded and by coincidence went to that same notary, who had become a lawyer by then, and had his own law office. I didn't recognize him, where he recognized me. In another instant I traveled to Puerto Vallarta, stayed at a hotel, and there was a server who'd serve my table daily at one of the restaurants, we chatted quite a bit, and found him to be one of the most enthusiastic people there. I went back to the same hotel a couple of years later, and he didn't remember me at all.