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5 steps to a strong second impression

First impressions are important, but still may leave you fairly forgettable in the eyes of your new contact. To cement a good first impression, you need a great second impression, Geoffrey James writes. He explains how in five simple steps.
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Celebrate the creator in the next cubicle

Here's something to ask the office manager sometime: Why isn't the art on the walls of our office hallways done by our co-workers—or their children? Here's an easy chance to boost morale by giving people a chance to show off their talents. It might even save money, even when the company pays to have everything nicely framed.

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