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You never know when you’ll run into someone influential who might advance your career. Prepare for such encounters (say, during an elevator ride) by rehearsing a one-minute “spontaneous” monologue that summarizes your background, current job and career goals. By concisely presenting this information in a crisp, informative way, you come across as an organized thinker and dynamic speaker.
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