Do Your Job Better. Read the Room.

Stop, listen, and look around

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With the increase of tech, humans have lost some ability to interact with each other in real life. Technology isn’t going away, and learning how to best relate to someone who is physically in front of you is crucial.

Knowing when to catch someone at the right time is a skill. It’s something we don’t think about until someone does…




Stories about work and making it better.

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Kit Campoy

I get to the point. SoCal freelance writer from the Sonoran Desert. Dog person.

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