We’ve been told that our network is everything in life. It makes sense that the larger our network, the greater our exposure to the world.
Additionally, the people we surround ourselves with will directly impact our experiences and opportunities. So, why is it that we don’t prioritize networking as a daily, or even weekly, task or goal?Perhaps we believe that networking is more of a serendipitous phenomenon, or a task reserved only for “networking events.” Perhaps we’re intimidated by the process of networking and feel it’s only for extroverts or sales professionals.
As a result, we default to relying on the organic growth of our network through friends, family, and co-worker introductions.Read more on addicted2success.com