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Finding Networking Possibilities in Everything You Do

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Great story in this Amy Joyce column from today’s Washington Post, entitled Job Connections Start as Social Connections.  Joyce describes how a blind date spawned by match.com went awry romantically, but worked out professionally for the guy when his date helped him to score a job at her company.  The lesson – you never know where any connection you make will lead so don’t minimize the importance of social connections to your business.

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