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You're halfway through making a well-thought-out point in a meeting and then -- all of a sudden -- a colleague jumps in and cuts you off.

What should you do?

"If you allow someone to constantly interrupt you and take over the meeting, you lose your voice," said Jay Sullivan, managing partner at Exec-Comm, a business communication skills consulting firm. "If someone isn't allowed to add value they are diminished, and they don't have a chance to really shine."

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