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bizjournals Wednesday, 16 September 2020
So many people I talk to tell me that they have a strong dislike for networking. They say that it’s awkward, uncomfortable, feels phony… they say they don’t know who to reach out to, what to talk about, where to be… they say they are introverts or new to their industries or too busy. I think it is all probably code for fear. Fear is a strong emotion that influences much of our decision-making and thought processes. As such, we each need to assess our tolerance for risk. I suppose I could…
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