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Summary | 5 Annotations
Can you really host people at your home after spending all day reviewing PowerPoint presentations with them? Yes!
2017/06/06 00:35
Don’t: Talk about the office
2017/06/06 00:36
author of The Art of Small Talk. Questions like that foster friendship better than blather about the 9 to 5
2017/06/06 00:36
follow up. Fine suggests: “Seriously, if the office servers exploded and you could never work again, what would you do for fun?”
2017/06/06 00:36
Do: Have a plan for getting the inevitable drunk guest home
2017/06/06 00:37