Friday, March 13, 2009
1. Set a goal for the number of new people you will meet
2. Spend time creating the relationship before asking for their card (getting their information is far more important than giving yours. Of course you should still give yours once you get theirs)
3. Put notes on the business card to remind you what they looked like and what you spoke about
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