When Would Be a Good Time? - Deepstash

When Would Be a Good Time?

While approaching someone it's often common to get replies about no having enough time and keep pushing dates.

Asking "when would be a good time to.." will provide a serious approach and leaves no chances to say No.


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This book is very quick read and can be practised. I summarised my favourite 5 points out of many presented in the book

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