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What Happened When I Called One New Person a Week

Networking from home has become a seriously valuable skill

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About a month into the pandemic, I received a flurry of emails that boiled down to this: Half of my work contracts were being cut. At first, I was frantic. But quickly, I was able to replace the lost contracts with new ones. How? I owe it all to a practice I’ve been doing for the…

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Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson

Co-creator of 2 cool boys with an equally cool woman • Ideas and stories in Fast Co., Forbes, Business Insider • Free storytelling guide: https://bit.ly/3h1KZeT

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