Focusing your clientele might help your efficiency, and will also make it easier for your connections to help you. Treat your connections as a resource rather than an obligation, and your entire group will be better for it.
People you’ve helped will be a lot more willing to invest their time in you, and you can create a friend in the process. Creating friends first is the key to building powerful relationships, and a group of people pooling resources creates leverage that a person flying solo could never achieve.
It’s been a fluky week, with the weather staggering between 30 and 55 degrees, sunny and gloomy. Seems everyone I’ve talked to lately has a story to tell of why they are glad to reign in the new year. A humorous quotation from a recent conversation on said topic: “An optimist stays up new year’s […]