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Become a good listener - Business Networking Blog

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2007-03-26 23:04:00
Become a good listener
Some of the best networkers I have met are introverted and shy people. Why? Because they build relationships, which builds trust. Most importantly, instead of pushing themselves forward, they tend to be good listeners. As such, they usually find out more than those looking for the next opportunity to hear their own voice!

Shy professionals also tend to reflect on what people tell them. This ability to remember what others say and value is critical to fostering good relationships.

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke
Posted by Dave Clarke at 23:04:00, 26 Mar 07
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