By Rachel O’h-Uiginn, Undercurrent Coaching
Networking is like learning to ride a bike; it’s awkward at first, you’re wobbly and uncomfortable and not really sure how you’re going to master it. Networking pushes your comfort zones and forces you to share what’s important to you, listen to what others are up to, and see how together, you two might create a new relationship. Most importantly, networking is PRACTICE and PATIENCE.
Networking serves two functions: it helps you get clear and confident about your ideas and helps you develop relationships with Read more »