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September 06, 2007


Great post, which is a reminder for what needs to occur to build long standing relationships. In relationship building, you should always try to help others first. You want people to see you a giver not a taker. To add value to your network, you should be trying to find ways to help. Paying it Forward will provide numerous benefits for you down the line. Your random acts of kindness will not be for nothing.

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