Connecting with no agenda, no self-interest; just reaching out to invest in another person—that is networking.

Meridith Elliott Powel
Meridith Elliott Powel

One of the Top 15 Business Growth Experts to watch by Currency Fair. An award winning author, keynote speaker and business strategist.

Here’s my best piece of advice on this subject: Invest in others before you ask them to invest in you. It is harder to make a withdrawal if you haven’t been making regular deposits.

“One of the very first things I do every day is network. I have a cup of coffee first, read my relentless vision and then I decide who I am going to network with.”
— Meridith Elliott Powel

From that standpoint, think about networking as a lifestyle rather than a task. It’s not a single event. It’s something professionals should do every day as part of their normal operating procedures.

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The text above was taken and slightly edited from the following source.

Source: Thrive: Strategies to Turn Uncertainty to Competitive Advantage (Book) by Meridith Elliott Powel

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