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By Diane Darling

Networking for profession good fortune indicates execs find out how to increase their careers via potent networking. It covers every little thing from fundamentals of networking to precise concepts for creating a profession switch, investment a brand new enterprise enterprise, including consumers, and extra.

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Do a little research on an event to find out if it seems worth attending. If so, then learn more about 35 Copyright © 2005 by Diane Darling. Click here for terms of use. the organization and draft several neutral questions that you could ask anyone you meet at the event. Do you feel nervous? A few exercises should help. Sit down, close your eyes if possible, tense all of your muscles for 10 seconds, relax, and breathe deeply. Repeat once or twice. You can also just breathe: take in a deep breath slowly (four seconds), hold it (again, count to four), and then let it out slowly (four seconds).

Here are some suggestions for remembering. Get the name right from the start. If you don’t hear it or can’t repeat it, ask the person to repeat it. Then, use it once or twice in the first few sentences—but not often or it will seem pretentious and get annoying. Develop a system. Some people associate a name with something else. If you’re a visual person, write the name down mentally. If 29 Copyright © 2005 by Diane Darling. Click here for terms of use. you’re auditory, say it out loud. If you’re kinesthetic, imagine tracing the name on the ground with your toe.

Always be friendly, respectful, and courteous with receptionists, secretaries, and executive assistants. This is not just right; it’s also wise. These people can help you succeed—or stand in your way. If you have assistants, treat them well and use “please” and “thank you” with them. They should know how you expect them to answer the phone, greet guests, and make all visitors feel welcome. They 25 Copyright © 2005 by Diane Darling. Click here for terms of use. should know what topics are inappropriate for them to discuss with visitors and what behavior to avoid around visitors.

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