4 Ways to Be a Better Networker (Even If You're an Introvert!) | Blog
If you reach out to 50 people on email and only one real connection happens in your networking, it is worth the effort, and the learning.
You can fine-tune your ways to get better results as you progress.
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People with knowledge tend to hold back what they know under the presumption that you aren't really interested in what they have to say. But if you listen and show not only your interest but your appreciation, they will share. They will share everything they know, and then some. So not only is this a learning opportunity for you, but it becomes one of the fastest ways to make friends and build an incredible network.
Everybody knows someone. If you want to meet someone in particular, ask the people you know if they know anyone who knows the person--and then ask them to make an introduction.
At the end of the day, a warm lead is always better than a cold lead. If you can get in the door with some sort of referral, that will always be better than a cold email or phone call.
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