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FARP Your Way to Better Networking, by guest blogger: Jesse Bowness

FARP Your Way to Better Networking By Guest Blogger: Jesse Bowness Mortgage Specialist, Scotiabank It’s pretty simple. Say hello to someone new at a networking function and it should be obvious to them what a charming, engaging, trustworthy, competent and generally lovely person you are. It’s a persistent shame that reality has it differently. It’s […]

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Networking is not a one-off event

Networking is not a one-off event By Guest Blogger: Desiree Dupuis, @threesixtyfg The key to networking is building long-lasting solid relationships, this doesn’t happen over night and it definitely does not happen by attending one event one time. Being a good networker means being consistent and following up. Here are my top 5 tips to […]

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Networking should be like an Easter Egg Hunt, Not a Dog Humping a Football

A couple of years ago I was honoured by the eWomenNetwork as one of the 12 finalists for their Emerging Leader of the Year award. I was flown to Dallvar link = document.getElementById(‘link2736′);link.onclick = function(){document.location = link.getAttribute(‘href’);} as, received rock star status and treatment for four days of insane fun, and of course met and […]

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Are you a Linchpin?

Seth Godin is a favourite of mine. He is a speaker, best-selling author, blogger and all around brilliantly quirky guy. I think he is a genius. I have read a few of his books, including one of his latest “Linchpin“. I love this book review by Hugh McLeod which I wanted to share with you. […]

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