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Achieve completion in conversations

Achieve completion in conversations

Conversations that fail to reach completion are a waste of time. 

When there is an exchange of ideas, it is important to end it by stating the conclusions. If there is agreement, say it; if not, say that. When further action has been decided, get those tasks on a to-do list, assign people to do them, and specify due dates

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