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Be personal—not private (Cont)

Be personal—not private (Cont)

Once people are convinced that you are a "good" person, they go far in their quest to understand your business, become consumers and even recommend you to their network, friends and family. Show people who you are and what you stand for more than your credentials or what you can "sell" them.


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