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Beating the Termination Blues
Saturday, December 1, 2012
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That being said, Harvey did a lot of things right before the 'big day' as well. Now take some time and learn. First and foremost, keep a low profile and trust me, it isn't always easy to do. Keep your door closed when you are there and the chit chat to a minimum. Schedule as many client meetings as you possibly can to bolster your relationships and help you stay out of the office. If a firm flies you out to corporate headquarters, be sure to spend an extra couple of days and meet with any clients that happen to be in that area.

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