It is undeniable that the ability to network is a great skill. With the right connections, careers are launched, deals are sold, and problems are solved. Whether the network has been developed on-line or in the local community (hopefully both), these folks can make or break a situation. You read articles on an almost daily basis about how to grow and use your network to your advantage, say when you’re job hunting. However, what are YOU doing for people in YOUR network?
I’ve got a nice little Saturday planned. The brief outline:
- Setting up a wireless network
- Replacing a hard drive and installing RAM on a laptop
- Reviewing mortgage paperwork and