So far, we’ve talked about why networking is important, we’ve gained confidence around navigating professional networking events, and we are equipped with tactics on creating great conversation. I have to say, we are becoming quite the networker. Now isn’t the time to fall back into the comfort of being a recluse. Let’s make networking a habit that sticks.
I have a serious problem. This problem might be my most limiting personality trait. I ignored this problem for so long because it can also be one of my most impressive strengths.
I think we all can recognize the health benefits of lifelong learning, but I’m still surprised at how many people don’t incorporate intentional learning in their daily routine. When I ask them why, I often hear, “because I don’t have time.” So, I thought I’d share a couple of insights on how to make learningContinue reading “5 Ways to Make Learning Part of Your Daily Routine”