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That's a great article Adina, thanks for sharing that.
i find networking to be tough.. i feel the other person comes to know you are connecting with him. So, isn't it better that I say upfront.
I feel the same way about networking.
I always prefer to let someone else talk while I ask the follow-up question, that way I understand if there is really an opportunity for:
1. Business deals
2. Strategic collaborations/connections
3. Referrals to my friends/clients/partners
4. Making friends
I feel the same way towards Linkedin. I mean, you already don't need to be clean-shaven and tidy to talk to me via Linkedin, why do you connect with me and fail to present yourself in the first place? Why do you only approach me when you need something?
Haha we've all been there :D I genuinely thought of asking for a snake and then admitting I could live with a cat.
Very funny and true as well.
The rejection-then-retreat technique was really effective when I was little, asking for money from my parents :D.
Also the whole social media thing is based on reciprocation (not self-promotion).
Great post, Alina! Thanks for sharing it. To be honest, I'm always curious about this types of post because cognitive science & psychology are my fav topics after digital marketing, of course.
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