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by Roger Custer, Executive Director at America’s Future Foundation
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When networking, you often need to quickly stand out in a crowd. Is there a way to distinguish yourself in every conversation? Roger Custer thinks so. In this article, he claims that listening will actually make you stand out more than talking.
Here are 5 quick tips on how to use listening to your advantage, loosely based on Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People.”
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