Five NCAA-Worthy Plays You Can Make To Win The Championship Of CX

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I started thinking about how these amazing athletes and teams do what they do, and how their strategies could translate into the business world. They prepare for their games with incredible intensity—working on the basics, studying reports on the other teams, and mentally preparing.
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