It may seem like I beat a horse past the point of death, but really, anyone who wants to learn something well needs to hear it multiple times in multiple ways before it will sink in properly. With that being said, Steve Roy offers his ideas and opinions on the concept of networking when it comes to starting and maintaining a blog.
I always think it’s a responsibility we have to make sure we share practical, useful information. It doesn’t always have to be about blogging, but any information on life in general is part of being a human. For instance, we all know the issues with money we face, so I was reading an article by Dave Ramsey, who has some phenomenal advice for anyone looking to get out of debt.
Did you ever want that word applied to you? Whatever your field, doesn’t it feel good to have people look at you and say, “That person is an expert. They know exactly what to do for this.” I read an article recently that gives you some advice in achieveing that goal.
I’ve foudn that everything in life is connected in such a way that we can utilize it for lessons in other areas. For instance, my wife and I found an entertainment center on sale via Craigslist. We went and picked it up yesterday and started small talking with the guy who had listed it. In the course of our conversation, we found out he works at his family’s business of gravestones and vaults. Of course, me being the joker that I am, I almost asked him if people were dying to do business with him. What’s the lesson here? Engage people, ask questions, get to know them on a superficial level if it will be the only time you’ll really talk to them.