Why you shouldn't network with people standing alone

11/20/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

The key to "working a room" is to introduce yourself to two people who are having a conversation, Kimberly Weisul writes. It's easier to join a conversation involving two people than it is to approach someone standing alone, and it's easier to extract yourself from the conversation later, she writes.

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