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What to do When You Forget People’s Names, Part III

No matter how hard you work at it, you will occasionally forget people’s names when you are networking fce-to-face. In the past two blogs, I examined how to best remember names and why you may forget. Today, I share what … Continue reading

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Why You May Forget People’s Names, Part II

When it comes to people’s names, you may have senior moments, even if you aren’t age-challenged! It’s embarrassing, annoying, irritating and can even be deal breaking. In my first blog, I wrote about hints to help you remember names. This … Continue reading

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How to Remember People’s Names, Part I

The most personal thing you own is your name. You like when people remember it and use it correctly. Yet most people have trouble with this important relationship-building component; they have senior moments even when they are not age-challenged! In … Continue reading

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Chicago Networking Expert Says Small Talk is Huge!

  The content can be the weather or other current chitchat. The role small talk plays, however, is far from minor. It’s an important conversation starter and often determines if you and/or the other person want to keep talking – … Continue reading

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Chicago Networking Speaker, Author Answers “What is Networking?”

“What is networking?”  Here’s my answer to the question that I am asked frequently: It is an active, dynamic process that links people into mutually beneficial relationships to build another vital kind of wealth: social capital. Think of the people … Continue reading

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Show Confidence not Egotism

  There’s a fine line between confidence and egotism. The former is a great asset to your career and business. The latter usually is a detriment. Confidence is shown through your erect posture, strong handshakes, credible eye contact, positive leadership, … Continue reading

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