More Then Building Business, Building Friendships.
Most folks get into Business NetWorking
to enrich their business, and have their wealth grow.
Not a bad reason, after all we don't work to go broke, we work to make
Now NetWorking is not hard work.. No
ditches to dig. Just a lot of
socializing. But, it is still a
work activity, so you do have to work at it.
As, put time into it.
I got into business NetWorking about ten
years ago. At that time in my
personal life I would have said I had two real friends.
Now understand, to me a real friend is someone you can call at 3 in the
morning, with it pouring cats and dogs, and tell them your car broke down about
two hours away from them, and they get up and help you!
Now, ten years later, I need more then
both my hands to count my good friends. I
still have those first two, but from Business NetWorking I have so many more.
We have shared the good times (births, weddings) and the bad times
(funerals). We have made more
friends together, and helped one another say goodbye to an old friend.
Yes, Business NetWorking has enriched my
business. It has even led to all
new business opportunities and directions.
However, when it comes to my personal life, Business NetWorking, has made
me a wealthy man.
A wealthy man? Yes.
My "new" friendships are priceless. Those that I count as my friends give to me what money cannot
buy. As I give to them.
True care and concern for them as a person.
To all my "NetWorking"
friends, let me take the time to thank you.
For those of you that are thinking about Business NetWorking, I promise you, that if you put the time into it and are true in your commitment to build business relationships with trust and honesty, Business NetWorking will make you wealthy in a lifetime supply of truly great friends.
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