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Part I: Understanding Successful Networking > Sharpening Your Networking Focus

Chapter 4. Sharpening Your Networking Focus

Becoming a successful networker does not require being the most extroverted person in town—people skills can be learned. But it does require focusing clearly on your career goal and a networking strategy to take you there. The more directly you can focus on a specific career goal and accompanying networking plan, the more quickly you will achieve success.

Once you identify clear career goals, you will stop pursuing no-win business relationships and agonizing over inappropriate career choices. As a focused networker, you will pursue only the networking activities, business relationships, and professional skills that will move you closer to your career goals.


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