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Identify people you respect

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.

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One should assess their existing network to gauge its strength and take action where there is an opportunity for improvement.

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Some people see networking as some sort of classless transaction.

They need to re-frame this activity as a way to make interesting friends and acquaintances in the long run.

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Knowing what you want and whom you want to connect with matters.

Using social media tools like LinkedIn is a good start to speed up your initial connection with the people aligned with your goals.

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Hustler - The go-getter

The word hustler means an aggressively enterprising person or a go-getter. Hustlers have a great ability for getting what they want from a new person or situation.

If you want to rehab your career, hustle yourself into new conversations with people who can help you land your dream job.

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Purpose of Career Networking

It involves using personal, professional, academic or familial contacts to assist with a job search, achieve career goals, or learn more about your field, or another field you'd like to work in. 

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