How to be a Master Networker – Tip 2

Tip #2 – Be Prepared!


How to be a Master Networker – Tip 2Networking is more than just shaking hands and passing out business cards.  But business cards are an important part of the equation as well.


Sometimes, even when executives squeeze time for networking into their already busy schedules, they don’t make the most of what could be golden opportunities to connect. 




Yesterday I talked about “Showing Up” when you want to network like a “Pro”.  That is the first step…attending events both online and especially offline.


Today is tip #2…a very critical thing you need to do when you want to build a large network.


Tip #2 – Be Prepared!


By being prepared before you attend a networking event, you can make the most of the time you spend there.


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By Lynn Huber

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2 thoughts on “How to be a Master Networker – Tip 2

  1. Hey, Lynn! Just wanted to say thanks for the tips. I particularly like the one about putting a little note on the back of business cards about how you met that person as well as taking the person’s picture. Several times I’ve found old business cards and couldn’t remember who in the world the person was!

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