176) Become A Copy Cat

Do you want to become better at networking? Sure, you do. Everyone wants to become more proficient at connecting with others and building productive relationships in their life. From these relationships come other great contacts, referrals, information, opportunities, and the list goes on.

Now, if you’re at a loss as to how you can become better at networking, here’s a surefire means of learning:

Find someone who is already successful and figure out what they do. After all, successful people got where they are via building productive relationships. And they likely have networking insights that will push you up the learning curve.

Ask for a few minutes of their time so you can inquire as to how they build relationships.

And when you see them in public or at events, observe them. Watch how they interact.

The bottom line is this: Don’t reinvent the wheel, rather copy someone else’s.

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