The company you keep

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  1. BAnjeeB says:

    In the past few years I have realized the necessity of being part of a strong network, both professionally and personally. It feels good to be able to reach out to someone with whom I have a relationship for advice, assistance or to make another connection. And it feels even better to be able to offer that same thing to someone else.

  2. Princesss says:

    I recently met a fairly well known male celebrity in a nightclub here in Atlanta called “Halo.” I was there to network and promote. This guy was very down-to-earth and receptive to what I was saying. I met other people that night also. He followed up with me the next day, which was unexpected. If I hadn’t had the assertiveness & courage to talk to a well-known stranger he’d be one less person who could possibly help me on my journey.

    All of that to say networking & affiliations are extremely important. I realize that now more than ever before. This is a thought-provoking post Tito!

  3. Random thing that popped into my head…the Brownie song…make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the other gold…

    In everything, balance is important. Having stripper friends and senator friends offers perspectives that you might not otherwise have access to. As an individual its up to you to make decisions that are in your best interest. So when your friend calls at midnight asking for a ride, think about other times they’ve called, how that has played out. Drug dealer friends might have associates that could be…of assistance.

    Things that make you hmmm…

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