Monthly Archives: September 2012

Networking Tips for Introverts

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Networking is an important skill for every professional, especially introverts. But how can introverts be great at networking? Follow these five simple steps. You will feel more comfortable and make it easier to achieve your goals. (And, these tips work for extroverts too.) Here are a few simple ways… Continue reading

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The Secret Ingredient for Networking Success

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You can compare professional networking to many things, but it may be most like my chocolate chip cookie recipe. In both cases, you follow a simple step-by-step formula and then you add the secret ingredient. Follow it and you’ll feel better about your networking (and be more successful too). Continue reading

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Making Strong Networking Contacts Using Weak Ties

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Who is more likely to refer business to you: a casual acquaintance or a close friend? The friend, right? Actually, no. Studies show that people with whom you have “weak ties” are more likely to refer you others and help you make connections. Learn how to get more referrals and connections from casual acquaintances by using these simple techniques. Continue reading

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