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Most people we meet at networking events make a sad mistake. They think they’re so special they have to tell you all about themselves, what they do, etc. This isn’t
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Billionaire Andrew Carnegie used his mastermind group to test ideas and assure his success. His group was made up of highly successful entrepreneurs, business owners and CEOs in many fields.