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Throughout history, fortunes have been made by people whose first big break came from a friend of a friend or a close contact. Long before computers and the internet, there was another way to make business connections – networking. By networking with others, you have the ability to open opportunities and make connections that could lead to your ultimate success.
Business is an art based upon human connection and emotion and to effectively develop meaningful relationships, you need to get out from behind your computer and engage in meaningful conversations, support and introductions.
Networking is essential to good business and has proven over and over again to be the catalyst for many successful deals. The key to successful networking is to continue to act in the service of others and to be genuine in your connections with others. People will see right through you if you are phony and self serving but if you truly enjoy what you do and are authentic, you will become a successful networker.
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