When meeting with a prospective client or employer, you need to be able to tell stories, relate and illustrate your success.
While how you say something is important, what you say can still be the difference between success and anything else short of that.
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You probably shouldn't, but this flowchart will help you know for sure.
Hey entrepreneurs and business people, stop saying you're sorry so much.
When it comes to communicating with your customers, just a few minutes of planning will save you time, energy and possibly, trouble, later down the line.
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This five-step plan in will help you draw in and keep customers.
An entrepreneur suggests that strangers who extend an offer to meet over coffee should be sure to clarify a purpose.
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A team with healthy, robust interactions that knows how to have fun, continuously learn and give quality feedback is set up to achieve.
Even though these seem like just ordinary words, they could be major red flags for an interviewer or recruiter.
You need to acknowledge mistakes, take ownership of them and then ask how you can move forward together as a team.
To capture attention amid the endless feed of quizzes and cat memes, we need to come up with a variety of stories that connect with our audience and do more than just tell our founding or 'I quit my job' story.
Be careful when you use words such as 'comprise,' 'averse' and 'imply.' They are often used incorrectly.
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