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  1. Be present
  2. Enter any conversation assuming you'll have something to learn.- Everybody is an perfect in something.
  3. Ask questions with who, when, what, where, how- how it felt, what was it like
  4. Go with the flow- If your meeting with that ugly boy comes to your mind, just let it floe and let go from your mind. It's important to concentrate there.
  5. If you don't know, then say you don't know
  6. Don't oen your autobiography- If they talk about their hatred towards job, don't talk about yours.
  7. Try not to repeat yourselves.
  8. Stay out of the very specific things- that name, date etc.
  9. Listen.
  10. Keep it brief.

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