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March 13, 2007

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Mike Maddaloni

I always keep the card of the person or persons I am currently speaking with in my left hand. This way I have it available to write notes on during or after the conversation, and I have their name in front of me if I forget!

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Jason Jacobsohn

Great tip Mike. Writing notes on business cards is a very important technique so you can remember what was said.

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