Networking vs Net"worth"ing
Ready to make true connections? Before we address the 5 keys of net"worth"ing, let’s address traditional networking concepts.
Ask ten different people what networking is and you may get as many as ten different answers. A person’s definition of networking probably depends upon their use of this important personal and professional activity.
Networking is defined as a group of people who exchange information, contacts, and experience for professional or social purposes.
However, whether you network to make new friends, find a new job, develop you current career, explore new career options, obtain referrals or sales leads, or simply to broaden you professional horizons, it is important to focus on networking as an exchange of information, contacts or experience. In any industry or career level networking helps you make connections in a personal way and build relationships of support and respect to discover and create mutual benefits.