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Little things can be big in networking

With networking, you dont always have to help people in a significant way (like finding them a job or helping them make a sale). In reality, people also appreciate little acts of kindness (like making them feel good about themselves, opening doors and paying for meals).

While these details may seem trivial to you, they are important factors on how people perceive you and your networking s......

Full article >>> d manners usually goes without saying, some people need to be reminded in certain situations. Pay attention to how you interact with others in various circumstances.

When walking in and out of buildings, make sure to open doors for other people. People often forget to do this. Make this a regular habit. It will show others that you have good manners (even if they insist on opening doors f......

Full article >>> or resources. Whatever you share, it shows that you were thinking about them.

An event on February 15 that may be worth sharing with your network is Opportunity Knocks: Restaurants, which is being put on by the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center at DePaul University and Lexington College.

When you do share information, make sure it provide value and interest to the people you contac......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Jacobsohn 02/14/05


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