How being gracious can set you apart

05/2/2013 | Esquire magazine

Standing when someone enters the room, offering eye contact when shaking hands and making proper introductions are gracious behaviors that can set you apart in the business world, Tom Chiarella writes. "If you can't muster enthusiasm for the people you happen upon in life, then you cannot be gracious. Remember, true graciousness demands that you have time for others," he writes.

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