Networking: Sometimes it's OK not to go for it

12/22/2009 | SpinStrategy.com

If you go to a networking event and feel so mentally and physically worn out that you know you won't be able to connect, it's OK to go home, Tim Tyrell-Smith writes. "This is not a 'get out of jail free' card for networking," but rather a chance to regroup and try again another day, he writes.

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