Make a Connection

Don’t fret about appearing needy; now is the time to tell everybody you know that you’re looking for work, because you never know who can help. One of Hannon’s clients made dinner for his son and his son’s friend, who asked him what he was doing these days. “I’m looking for a job,” the dad said, and the friend replied, “You should talk to my mom.” The mom didn’t get him a job, but she did introduce him to his future boss. “You just never know when somebody can help you,” –JEANETTE MARANTOS

A Strong Network Can Be Your Business's Best Safety Net
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2 Responses to Make a Connection

  1. I’ve taught my children the POWER of networking since they were youths. Your network is your net worth. I think Jay Zee said that also.

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