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5 ways to talk to senior clients about downsizing

There is a bluntness to life that many of my peers are afraid of using when discussing downsizing with their clients and their adult children. We, as people, tend to sugarcoat things. We want people to like us. We don’t want to offend or accidentally come off as rude....
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