Benefits of Networking - 7 Benefits of Networking in 60 Seconds
Nov 25, 2019
Reasons why networking is important – Seven benefits of networking in less than 60 seconds
- Networking is a long-term investment – Farming, not hunting
- Networking will bring residual referrals – If done right networking will cultivate strong relationships that will continue to “market” for you for years to come.
- Networking gets you noticed – One of your goals with networking should always be to be memorable, whether you have a great elevator pitch, or you can kick your leg over your head in 4-inch heels. I have seen it. Networking will get you noticed and put you in the forefront of people’s minds if they or a friend needs a service like yours.
- Networking could open the door to your future career – I have been part of multiple networking groups where people make career-advancing moves based on a relationship within the group.
- Networking can open the door to mentoring opportunities – You will meet people in a place that is primed for engagement. If you are at a networking event and you meet a person that is living your dream, then exchange cards and ask them if you can buy them lunch and ask them some questions. That is worth the price of admission right there!
- Networking will develop long-lasting relationships – Sometimes you really do want to go where everybody knows your name!
- Networking will increase your influence – The relationships alone will increase your influence, not to mention the communication skills you will develop and the mentoring opportunities you will take advantage of.
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