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Ways to use the 5 Second Rule

Ways to use the 5 Second Rule

  • To push yourself
  • Become more influential at work
  • Be more productive
  • Step outside your comfort zone
  • Become more efficient at networking
  • To self-monitor and control your emotions
  • To manage, engage, motivate and encourage team members

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