Just Thinking Out Loud

Wildly Erratic & Completely Inconsistant

Networking never ends…

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Who recommended: Lynne Waymon

What I am reading: Make Your Contacts Count (Networking Know-How For Business and Career Success) by Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon

Where in the book: The End

Why I am reading: Learning how to network. Cause believe me, I have no CLUE!

Which quote: “You never outgrow the need to network.”

How this quote adjusted my thinking: So this is the end of my journey through “Make Your Contacts Count.” I am so glad I read this book. I cannot stop recommending it. I think Lynne Waymon must be tired of all the people I refer to her. I am glad I took this journey. It opened my eyes to the type of networker I am. The book gave me practical advice that I can really apply. It was not some high brow academic “blowing smoke up my knickers.” As you can tell, I recommend you read it.

Have you read “Make Your Contacts Count?”  Please leave a comment with your favorite quote, piece of advice or favorite networking story.

Written by Lara Nieberding, Online Business Manager

July 9, 2008 at 9:26 AM

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  1. Hi – Thanks so much for your ideas and insights on the networking concepts in our book Make Your Contacts Count.
    Thot you’d like to know I’m going to lead a 4-session book club via telephone for the evenings of Aug 5, 7, 12, and 14. The fee to join is $60 and we’re going to have a great time chatting about the strategies in the book and how to apply them to real life situations. Send me your email if you’d like to know more. Thanks, Lynne Waymon 301-589-8633

    Lynne Waymon

    July 9, 2008 at 9:46 AM


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