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When leaving voice mail, don’t rush. Speak slowly and enunciate, especially when you say your name and phone number. If you’re calling for more than one reason, number the items. For example, say, “There are three things we need to discuss: 1) next week’s conference, 2) our new employee manual and 3) installing the new computer system.”
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