Networking with Purpose: Making Connections to Power Your Future

There’s an old saying that if you don’t know what you want, you’ll probably never get it. If you think about that saying it seems pretty self-evident. But consider the people you know who haven’t decided on a career choice. They go to work and do what’s expected, but the job is means of getting money to live. They’re not motivated to do more, to put out extra effort; it’s a dead end because they haven’t figured out what they want.

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Top Networking Tips: Your Bucket Lists

We all need to create three bucket lists in order to truly network with purpose. The first bucket contains a list of all your current connections. We are all connected to far more people than we realize. If you were to take 10 minutes and write a list of past and current work colleagues, industry contacts, friends, family and social acquaintances, you’ll likely be surprised at how long a list you have.

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