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First impressions critical in job searches

Is it fair, in business, that first impressions often dictate whether you get the job, land the new client, or make the sale? Nope, says business strategist and TV personality Carol Roth, but that’s the way it is. Often, you only get one chance to impress a prospective boss, client, or customer. Roth, author of [...]
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