Why You Have to Stop Networking If You Want to Succeed

Stop networking and start connecting if you want to succeed, at least according two Young Entrepreneur Council founders. Is this the right methodology for in-house counsel looking to advance their careers? This piece gives some additional thoughts – and if you do network, remember to network intelligently. “Business relationships are critical for top-performing growth. These relationships don’t just launch your career to new heights, though. Relationships are a means of cultivating ideas, encouraging collaboration, and contributing to the community in your industry. But if you want to see true success in your business relationships, you need to stop networking. The traditional idea of “networking” is transactional. Networking assumes that you are meeting fellow peers and industry players in order to get something in return–whether you’re hoping to gain a client, a partner, a vendor, or a job. Networking denotes an idea of taking.…

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