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Simple rule of thumb guide to networking 2 - Business Networking Blog

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2007-04-30 22:22:00
Simple rule of thumb guide to networking 2
I've been thinking about a previous post, a simple rule of thumb guide to networking. In it I recalled a post on ecademy where I had written: "Ask yourself what you would like people in your Network to do for you, then take the initiative and do it for them".

In some instances people may not want what you want so a better rule of thumb might be:

"Ask yourself what people in your Network would like, then take the initiative and do it for them"

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke
Posted by Dave Clarke at 22:22:00, 30 Apr 07
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