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Work Smarter, Not Harder

Develop Your People Skills

By Tom Hopkins

Regardless of the business you are in, the most important skills to develop are people skills, or how to most effectively communicate with other people. Don’t let your dry-cleaner, gas station attendant or mail carrier be an anonymous face. They are people with needs that you might be able to meet with your business.

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