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Cold-calling potential clients is not one of my favorite marketing activities. Yet it can be a way to win a new client or two.
How do you feel about the phrase “due to”? Does it just mean “attributable to” to you, or can it also mean “because of”? The answer largely depends on your perspective.
Mistakes happen, and when they do, it’s good to know how to apologize for them. This guide will help you do so.