Tip of the DayA common myth has it that networking is all about meeting people. Truth is, it's more about what you do after you've been introduced to someone. In other words, how many people you know isn't as important as how well you communicate with them—or what you do for them. You need to consistently communicate. It makes no sense to get all that great personal contact information and then not talk to a person for a year. Whether it's with a calendar, a spreadsheet or just a simple notebook, create a system to make sure you check in with people regularly.
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