A new year has begun. Instead of doing the typical New Year’s resolution, let’s focus on something a bit different. Let’s help out the people who are new to networking. Provide your best tip to help networking newbies start the year right.
So without further ado, here comes the networking carnival’s parade!
If you can still contain your excitement, you can see Ben Yoskovitz and his take on newbie networking. He’s got rocks all over his float. He was living under them, but now he’s moving them. He’ll teach you how to find big success.
Wait! Law students have another float made just for them! Brett is leveraging clubs, groups, and social functions to make networking connections. This is another great guide for law students.
And look who’s bringing up the rear… No, it’s not Santa Claus. It’s everyone’s favorite networking guru, Thom Singer! His float provides some great advice for the new networkers out there, explaining what networking IS and what it is NOT.
Finally, the following posts were also submitted. However, I think they’re really off-topic. Thus, I’m linking to them, but not writing anything about them.
- Charles H. Green: Why You’re So Predictable AND Trust Tip 3: The ABC 20 Question Rule
- Paul: ExtremePerspective: Network Marketing Amway
- Jack Yoest: Rocky Balboa: Courage, Integrity, Faith, Victory The Movie
Thank you to everyone who submitted a post to this edition of the carnival. I hope you enjoyed seeing the carnival parade and that you go read everybody’s posts and help each other learn! I welcome feedback on any and everything I write, especially my first carnival to host. Please post a comment or drop me a line.
If you are interested in hosting the February networking carnival, please contact Thom Singer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The cool picture at the top is from Flickr user Jael
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