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What You SHOULD Have Done Last Time You Were in Line at the Grocery Store
Use your taxi time. We all have wasted time slots; the grocery store line is another. They're wasted because we're not prepared to use them. So carry around your contact lists; dedicate that "free time" to texting, email, calling, and tweeting.
Check out my other four time-management tips for relationship building on the blog - they'll help!
And tell me: How about you? What are your favorite time-management techniques? I'll be gathering comments to include them in an upcoming webinar, so make sure you include your full name and web site link, if you have one. Can't wait to see what you come up with.
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Widely hailed as one of the world’s most “connected” people, Keith Ferrazzi is the author of Never Eat Alone, the international bestselling book about building relationships for success. Ferrazzi is also an acclaimed speaker and CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, a consulting and professional development firm that helps organizations drive growth through relationships. Earlier in his career, he was chief marketing officer at Deloitte Consulting and the youngest to be tapped for partner in the firm's history. Then, upon joining Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Ferrazzi was the youngest CMO in the Fortune 500. He also served as CEO of YaYa Media before founding Ferrazzi Greenlight.
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