Networking should offer mutual benefit

01/7/2010 |

Don't make the common mistake in networking of being so focused on yourself and your needs that you neglect to offer something in return to others, such as the time to listen or share ideas, as this blog post notes. Also, be a more effective networker by widening your reach, such as to family, friends and religious affiliations, the writer suggests.

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