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Are You Asking Yourself The Right Question? - Business Networking Blog

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2014-01-31 15:51:23
Are You Asking Yourself The Right Question?

Question MarkWhen considering a networking group people often ask themselves, "Is the group right for me?" and "Will the group work for me ?"

 

My experience is that if a group is well led and made up of the right people then you will be effective if you do the right things and don't wait for things to happen. You need to have the wherewithal to do what is necessary to make the others in the group like, trust, and rate you enough to look out for opportunities to refer and help you.*

 

So you need to flip the question around and ask yourself,

 

"Am I right for the group and will I commit to do what is necessary to make it work?"

 

Good Networking!

 

*For more on what you need to do to make your networking effective read How To Win More Business Through Networking.

 

Dave Clarke

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