Of course, a Network doesn’t just happen. To build a network successfully you need to work on it consistently. In fact, you need to broaden your knowledge, as well, so you can more successfully build relationships with all types of people.
1. Your network can guide you when you need guidance.
2. Your network will be a source of information for things you don’t know much about.
3. Your network can open doors for you.
4. Your network can share coffee, a meal or a golf game with you.
5. Your network will introduce you to other people (who might become part of your network).
6. Your network will pick you up when you fall down.
7. Your network might want to buy products or services from you.
8. Your network will come to you when they need help, or information, or want to meet someone whom you know.
9. Your network needs you as much, if not more than you need them.
“The more you know, the more people you can talk to. The more people you talk to, the more doors that will open. The more doors that open for you, the more opportunities you will have for success.” -Marc