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Thursday, May 12, 2005

Networking for Success

Networking for Success


Networking is essential to the success of any organization/business, which hopes to grow to their full potential. Networking broken down to its core element is the sharing of various areas in which we have developed throughout the course of our lives. In order to be an effective net worker, the individual ego must learn that there is a bigger picture at work. As the saying goes, "No one is as smart as all of us", this highlights the importance of group cohesion and synergy.

Master net workers never underestimate the value of a single human contact. Each individual very easily has the capacity to influence well over 250 people. Some individuals achieve super networking status and effect local communities and countries. In networking, value is not determined by sheer numbers, but by the number of valuable and meaningful contacts established. One rule of thumb, I try to follow is to give more in use value than what I take.

The idea of making a contribution is one of networking noblest ideas. It is said that Jesus was essentially a net worker who had twelve disciples and impacted the world. Are you making your impact on the world through your networking? A good networker develops all of their talents and abilities to their fullest potential. As you enhance your human characteristics, more people will want to know you. The old saying, "It is not what you know, it is who you know". The new saying is who want's to know you.

As you become all you are capable of becoming, the people, places, and things that you need for your survival and prosperity will be attracted to you. A good place to start for a future super net worker is to develop an intense desire to become more skillful at networking. One of the premiere net workers in the country is George Fraser, the author of "Networking for Success" and "Success Runs in our Race".

In his book he gives four basic reasons for networking:

1. We network for information

2. We network for influence

3. We network for resources

4. We network for the good that we can do together

In George Fraser's four reasons, we find a plan of action. If we give information, build influence, share resources, and do good together our success as net workers is guaranteed.

I have tried to be a successful for much of my life and I hope the information I just networked has had a positive impact on the networking community. Net working implies that we must work to increase our net. In God's speed we can and must make a difference.

Do you desire to be a successful net worker? If you do, then you can. Desire is the starting point of all achievement. When we have an intense desire, we are working with one of nature's greatest elements. Nothing from nothing leaves nothing! We are blessed to start our path toward successful net working with the secret of the ages desire! Desire! Desire! Let Do it!

Phil Andrews is the Group Manager of http://blackbiz.meetup.com/113


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