- Classify your networks·
- Schedule a time to follow up with each network
- Keep conversation professional
- Stop wasting time with people that never check on you
- Stay consistent
Networking can make you a better individual and allow you to grow into anything you wish to. But here’s the issue: Most people are unwilling to step out of network with others. As a result, those people don’t know how to interact with others, and they don’t know how to grow mentally and career-wise.
I don’t know what your dream is, but I know you can reach it as soon as you make new contacts that can assist you in your journey. As a matter of fact, everyone has had someone assist them at some point of their life. How many of you despise when you meet someone and you’re always the one texting them? Probably the majority of the audience reading this. How many of you probably do the same thing? Most of you. Networking helps us grow and keeps us connecting with the people that we want to be close to or somewhere we would like to be at a certain period.
We have heard that successful people are lonely, not because they have only themselves, but because they only have a few friends that they have learned how to network with, or motivated individuals who want to be part of that person. Learn how to know how to network.
You want a better job or better environment, knowledge can’t get you there only—you need a crew on your ship to control every engine and assets that your ship carries while on your journey. Whether you like or hate people, you cannot spoil anything. It is selfish and detrimental to others. It is like someone always says hello, but you ignore them.