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“The one easy way to become worth 50 percent more than you are now — at least — is to hone your communication skills — both written and verbal” - Warren Buffett.
“....Of course, it is no use being a good storyteller if your product or idea is rubbish. But it is not enough to create a great product; you also have to work out how to let people know about it.” - Richard Branson
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