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Subject:Re: Team Building From:Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com> To:"Cascio, Justin" <Justin_Cascio -at- tvratings -dot- com> Date:Wed, 24 Nov 1999 13:17:16 -0600
I don't worry nearly as much about the second hand smoke as my ability to
Any where people congregate is a good place for contacts. Too many of us are
guilty of burying ourselves at the computer and not looking up. Maybe we should
rethink our work ethic a little.
"Cascio, Justin" wrote:
> On this note, I made innumerable important contacts on smoke breaks. Most of
> the phone support people smoked, and enough of the sales and development
> people that there was always an opportunity to learn something on a 5 minute
> break. Smokers, you know what I'm talking about. Non-smokers, if you're not
> concerned about the second-hand smoke, try taking a little Diet Coke break
> down where the smokers hang out.
> Justin Cascio