By Patrick Galvin, Author of The Connector's Way: A Story About Building Business One Relationship at a Time (get it here)
Have you ever gone to a networking event and spent the entire time talking with your coworkers and colleagues? Attended a business luncheon where every table was filled with people who already knew one another?
It’s human nature to gravitate to people who look, act and think like you. But the only way to benefit from a deep and rich network of connections is to take a step outside your comfort zone, which is what Rule No. 2 of The Connector’s Way is all about (and what I teach in my cohort coaching sessions).
Here's a tip: Before attending your next business or social event, make a commitment to meet three to five new people. By setting your intention, you’re less likely to spend all your time with people you already know.
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