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Put a new communication style into practice by using the “Three Times Rule,” says Colette Carlson (www.SpeakYourTruth.com), who spoke at the recent Administrative Professionals Conference. “If you’ve tried something three times and are unsuccessful, give it up. But when I hear from admins that they tried something once and it didn’t work, I challenge them to go back and try it again … and again. It just might work.”
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