Networking is that topic that everyone hears about, but few people actually embody.  The myths described in this article are a big reason why, and people get scared off by them.  Fortunately, they truly are "myths" and the article does a good job of debunking them:


Here are the myths:


Myth #1: Networking means you're looking to use people to achieve selfish goals, or opportunistically ask people for help.

Myth #2: You have to be a born networker or a natural at it.

Myth #3: You must have above average charisma to be a good networker.

Myth #4: You have to be a good talker or an overly chatty “schmoozer” to be a good networker.

You'll have to read the article to find out the truth!


4 Networking Myths Debunked | LinkedIn

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