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Most professionals know the value of networking, but due to time constraints, family obligations, or being introverts, they aren't able to build a network.
The 4 strategies for people who have avoided networking in the past, to re-frame the process and enjoy it.
Apart from the networking process, many people who shy away from networking are not trusting the people involved.
The solution is to identify the people you truly respect (maybe by making a list) and build a quality offline network, taking the help of professional networking sites like LinkedIn.
There are countless ways and strategies to meet interesting people professionally.
Apart from hosting dinners or coffee outings, try to apply innovative strategies like interviewing people for your podcast or blog, or riding on some key conferences by scheduling your meetings during that period, leveraging from the hype.
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