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What is Gatekeeper

A gatekeeper in a person in a business or organisation that allows access in person or information to flow to a key person in the business. The key person can be a manager or usually the boss owner. The gatekeeper is a person they trust to keep key information and people access and deflect time wasters and people who want to take up their time with less important things where others are best served to help.

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