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Professional Organizer and Founder, Life Beyond Clutter
September 24th, 2016
It depends if you need to be in group setting to motivate you or if you are disciplined to have ted talks or other business trainings online to empower your business development. For training, listen in your car or while your getting ready in the morning etc. Networking is great but it is a time suck, it takes strategy to make it truly worth your time. For networking give yourself at least one to two a week to get out there and rub shoulders with potential clients or referral partners. It's imperative that you follow-up with people you met with a personal thank you card and if you really feel a collaborative relationship then schedule a one on one to build a know like and trust relationship. It takes work but it truly pays off!!!