Friday, October 16, 2009
1. Meet lots of people (and by lots I mean set a goal for yourself before you go, and DON'T leave until you reach it... and feel free to surpass it.)
2. Represent yourself well (when meeting new people, stick to subjects that show you in your best light.)
3. Be curious (never judge a book by it's cover. Unless someone is TERRIBLY strange, give them the benefit of the doubt and listen to what they have to say.)
4. Be clear on what you need (should someone ask how they can help you, have an answer ... other than "I need work." Ask for something that someone just meeting you can say YES to.
5. Take notes on people's business cards so you'll remember who they are, and what to follow up with them about.
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