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Rachel Lovie's insight:
If you remember only one thing about a person make sure it's their name - I recall reading this many years ago in "How to in friends and influence people" - it's a simple strategy but sometimes it can make all the difference, particularly on second meetings.
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Rachel Lovie's insight:
A lot of truth in this, there're too many people spouting 5 stages of this and 7 steps to that, often misquoting or reinterpreting to suit their own rhetoric. The business world seems to love the idea that complexity can be dealt with in a linear step process...ah, the hubris of desiring such certainty is doomed to failure!
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