Always be prepared. It is the Boy Scout motto, but preparation is also critical when meeting new people at a networking event. You might want to start by first listening to the people you meet to get a better idea of the variety of styles that people use to describe themselves.
What makes you tick? What would you like to see happen in Chicago? What are you looking for? Use the comments section to tell us as much or as little as you like!
Creating business relationships locally is a social experience. Individuals arrange their learning around the social exercises. Case in point, schools are effective learning situations for learners whose social exercises concur with that school.
Relationships make the world go around. Relationships can bring joy and add significance in our lives. It is no wonder that we find ourselves preoccupied with pursuing, maintaining, ending, and recovering from the loss of relationships. While each of these stages of a relationship can be difficult and challenging, it is when relationships end that we struggle the most.
Our everyday lives have a rhythm: waking up and preparing for work, commuting, checking e-mail, attending meetings, commuting home, engaging with kids' activities, enjoying quiet time. Although there are different rhythms for different people, most of our lives do have a rhythm, which contributes to its sense of familiarity.
I am a Trekkie! Literally watched every single episode of Star Trek in every series, plus the movies as well. From the time that I first heard James T. Kirk utter those famous words I was hooked. After 25 plus years of Star Trek fanaticism, I have come to an important conclusion.
If you do nothing else in business, but base your decisions on those famous lines, business would be off the charts awesome!
What if there existed a place that offered professional information that was based on actual business opportunities? What if we could take all that genuine knowledge we personally have and actually put it to really good use?
Contrary to popular belief, people do have attention spans of more than 5 seconds when reading for information.
If you haven’t heard about the “Internet of Things” yet, you’re probably either too busy living your life to the limit or congratulations, you have truly “unplugged” and I envy your peace of mind.