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The 7 Emails You Should Send Every Week to Get Ahead in Your Career

There’s power in the inbox

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Most people see email as a strictly transactional tool, using it only when they need something or owe someone something. That’s exactly why you should use it to stand out.

Taking a moment to send these seven emails every week can help you strengthen your connections, stay top of…

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