We all know that networking is valuable. But it can feel overwhelming to many people. Here's how to network more efficiently so it doesn't take up all of your time, yet still allows you to develop meaningful relationships.
- We all know networking is valuable.…Job opportunities, referrals, market insights,…those all come from people in your network.…So you might as well work to expand that.…And yet, we often don't do it.…A big part of the reason is that networking can…often feel overwhelming.…And it's true, you could spend all your time having…coffee or lunches or drinks after work with people,…but it doesn't have to be that way.…And even small doses of networking can make…a big difference in your professional success…because it's about the quality of your connections,…not the quantity.…
Here are three ways you can take charge…and make your networking more powerful and efficient.…First, recognize that even though grabbing coffee…with someone is the standard default form…of networking, you don't actually have to do…all your networking one on one.…Instead sometimes it's even more effective…to think about a couple of your colleagues…that you think should know each other…and be a match maker.…For instance, a couple of years ago,…I was in the Bay area on a short business trip.…
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