It’s easy to forget how small the world really is.
That means your chances of meeting someone face-to-face who you might have run into on the interwebs is greater now than ever before.
It also means you have plenty of opportunities to “mess up” that first impression without even knowing it.
That would not be a good thing.
And it could blow your chance for doing business with a key prospect.
Yes, that really does happen.
One of my clients is living proof.
Watch this quick two minute video to find out what happened.
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So what do you think?
Have you ever had a situation where you met with someone and at the outset realized you’d encountered them before in a “less than professional” setting?
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