Networking Keeping Your Circles Alive and Kicking


Referrals from your network don't just happen. It takes time, energy and resourcefulness. Bottom line networking is not a transaction, but a relationship and those take time!

"Seek first to understand and then be understood," states Steven Covey author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective people. In essence that is precisely what good networkers do: they make themselves indispensable by becoming resources that you can't do without. Think of concierges at hotels, they know everything that guests might want to need during their stay at hotels. Good networkers are lobbyists, yes, those damned pesky public relations professionals, fundraisers and restaurateurs. Bottom-line, they know people.

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