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December 02, 2007

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Anita Bruzzese

I can't claim this for myself, but I once had a manager tell me that every morning he put 10 dimes in his left pocket. Every time he complimented someone, he moved a coin to his right pocket. He made it a point to have that left pocket empty...and the right one full, at the end of every day. It forced him to not only talk to people face-to-face, but to make sure he was always aware of what people were doing right. I think this could work with networking as well...go to an event with 10 coins in a pocket and plan to move a dime to the other pocket every time you make a contact.
Anita Bruzzese
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