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Pay Your Way

By the way, always pay your fair share of the cost of networking. It's better to go dutch treat than to pay for a networking contact's meals, for example. Remember, you're trying to establish a mutually beneficial relationship. Ignore titles and work on developing peer relationships, not superior-subordinate relationships. If one person always pays, the relationship also will become unequal. You can't buy a networking contact. Most relationships work best when each person pays his way, not only with money, but with valuable information or referrals or resources.


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