It Pays to Speak Well
How to Differentiate Yourself and Optimize Your Influence in Networking Groups
By Deborah Shames and David Booth
Greatness has far less to do with that one special quality a person possesses than with his or her day-in-and-day-out habits and character as a whole. While it’s true that certain circumstances may give you a leg up in life, they don’t determine greatness. Your own actions do. Greatness is really about doing the ordinary, everyday things consistently well. This article offers a set of practical guidelines for greatness that you can implement right away.
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