What is the Purpose of Networking

“Networking is a common synonym for developing  and maintain contacts and personal connections with a variety of people who might be helpful to you ,your career or your business.”

 The question that you are asking me right now “What is networking?”  Or “What is the purpose of networking? Networking is a common synonym for developing and maintains contacts and personal connections with a variety of people who might be helpful to you, your career or your business. Networking is a social experience where you connect and meet new people. In today’s world that networking is very important in the job market and in the business world. Have you ever heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s WHO you know?” While good business or opportunity isn’t exactly a popularity contest, but networking is the important key. 

Networking is all about who likes you and who respects you. There is a difference between knowing someone or having someone know you and having someone like you and respect you. Before working with you or referring you to someone else, a successful person is conscious or subconsciously asking himself, “Do I like and respect this person enough to put my reputation on the line by working with her or by introducing her to someone I trust?” If their answer is “no,” networking will get you nowhere. However, if the answer is “yes,” then you will encounter so much open door of new opportunities.

This is an excerpt from my book “The Real Purpose Of Networking.” This book is perfect for anybody that wants to know what networking is really about. This book is available in Paperback and Ebook in the Kindle Download format at Amazon. Here is the link to my book: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B0IXGEI/ref=rdr_ext_sb_ti_sims_2
You can also go to my Amazon Author Central page @ http://www.amazon.com/author/miltonkelly92



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