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The Five Least Important Skills to be a Great Networker

Recently, I wrote about the Seven Ways to Better Networking which was based on a survey I conducted of almost 3,400 people around the world. In the survey, I asked participants what they thought the top characteristics of a great networker were.
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Your Network Should be Both Wide and Deep

If your network is a mile wide and an inch deep, it will never be very powerful. You need a strong and stable network that is both wide and deep. Like the supporting roots of a huge oak tree, some of your referral relationships need to go deeper.
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BITS Pilani's International Startup Challenge,Conquest,hosted its first networking session in Delhi.

New Delhi, 3rd July, 2016 : Conquest, BITS Pilani’s International Startup Challenge, hosted its first networking session in the city at Investopad this Sunday. With DCB Bank as the title sponsor,Conquest is India’s largest studentrun startup
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Conquest Top 10

Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS) Pilani’s International Startup Conclave, Conquest, is a global start­up challenge that has been bringing together the largest community of passionate entrepreneurs from all over the world
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FMs Bringing Their Social Game

Facilities managers are essential to the operation of a business. Their role is to ensure the
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The Beauty of Using Social Media to Further Your Career

If you have a passion for making people beautiful, cosmetology school could be for you. With
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Who’s in Your Room

The Quality of Your Life Depends on the People in Your Life   What if you lived your entire life in one room? Whoever you want to interact with in life – is in  that room. You can continually change your room to include
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The “Sales Clock” and the Prospect

For an entrepreneur, sales and networking go hand in hand.  Consequently, I’d like to talk about sales.     A few weeks ago, sitting in an airport waiting for my plane to arrive, I struck up a conversation with the young
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Thanks, I Don’t Need Your Card

Imagine handing your card to someone at a networking event and having it handed back to youwith “Thanks, but I don’t need your card.” Well, that’s exactly what happened to Juan, who wrote to me recently. Juan found this
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What Can Business Do About It?

While spending a week on Necker Island with Sir Richard Branson last summer, I had the  opportunity to discuss his “B Team” concept in depth with him. The B Team is a group  of internationally renowned business and