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Find common ground

After having introduced yourself, you should find something in common that connects you right away. 

It opens the door to more conversation--and keeping words up is key when you first break the ice with a person.


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We spend most of our time with work teammates. It makes sense to be better teammates ourselves. I read and stash about that.

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