Inspired by an original article from Marc Jarrett We’ve all been there. You’re at a networking event and meet someone with whom you have nothing in common. But it’s already too late. They have started giving you their “spiel”, wasting both your time and theirs. I make a living out of introducing Business to others and as such, I am a voracious networker. It’s the backbone of what I do best – facilitating introductions. Powerful Women Are My Sweet Spot!! Earlier this year, I was invited to take part in a new form of networking powered by WhatsApp Groups, otherwise known as ‘pods’. After paying a small amount of money to the guy that invited me, I was given two links to, one for LinkedIn posts which I was to post daily, the other for general chat. By liking and sharing each other’s content, the power of the crowd saw to it that we all enjoyed significantly more views than we would have done by operating autonomously. All went well for a while. In fact, it was really fun! I was getting to ‘meet’ new and interesting people and absolutely enjoyed engaging with them. Working from home can be a solitary existence, so an outlet for banter and general chat was a welcome addition to my life. ….. but then the problems started to set in. The gatekeeper tightened his rules, and I was told to post even more. After having been self-employed for as long as I can remember, I’m not very good at being told what to do. So I left. Not long...
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