Whatever you do in your daily life, networking is always referred to as an important part of life. It does not matter whether you are in contact with your privacy or networking to increase your professional career. The question is more about what networking means for you?
At the last network event I was attending, I heard a woman say, "I know so many people and I often encounter them, but somehow they do not come to me or inspire me. I've been connected to some high-caliber people who inspire him and who actively support him in his successes. "What do you do differently?"
In this case, I do not know the details, but I began to ask a few questions: when you build relationships, you care about the others or you talk about yourself, what are some rumors about, or are there any conversations that add value to the participants? Valuable or valuable consumer Does it look good now, do you like what you see or do you change something
A successful networking mindset is to provide value to others and not business or help and respect the trust that often refers to success and credibility.
It is both business success and social success! If you are looking for more meaningful relationships, you can use your expertise or passion to create value as a friend who loves cooking and often sends great recipes to your friends after a successful trial. You can send relevant articles or newsletters (for example, those) to people who are interested in the same topics as you do. The possibilities are endless, just use your passion, interest, or knowledge and give some value.
To this end, I have to invite you to think about a theme or theme you want to know because it is value-added. This can be something like connecting people, the latest books, wellness or anything that matters to you. Then identify three or more people to share some valuable information about the subject and do this this week!