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Press One and Go Directly to Voice Mail Jail

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Stuck in voice mail jail If you want to get a reaction from someone, all you have to do is say, “voice mail”. I used to think that was odd because voice mail is one of the most efficient and effective communication tools we have today. Then I realized that for

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Body Language in Business – Can You Read it?

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  Has it ever occurred to you how much you are saying to people with your body language? Even when you are not speaking, people can hear you. Unless you are a master of disguise, you send messages about your true thoughts and feelings whether you are using words or not. Think about it.  In

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Should You Talk Politics at the Holiday Dinner?

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It goes without saying that this has been a difficult year with a contentious presidential primary. You probably thought that peace would be restored once the election process was final. Wrong. In many ways, it has only gotten worse.  Do you dare talk politics during this holiday season? Before the election, there were those who

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Know Your Client’s Preferences

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Imagine this: you've worked for hours putting together the proposal that your prospective client requested and are ready to send it. You choose what you believe to be the most efficient way to communicate—you e-mail the document. You expect that your prospect is checking e-mail regularly and will be contacting you within a few hours

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