Thank you to everyone who responded to my post yesterday.
I was expecting a couple of volunteers who wanted to learn about a new program I'm developing.
I am overwhelmed by your willingness to help me.
So far, I have 52 volunteers.
My calendar is full so if you aren't scheduled, I will be in touch when I come up for air.
I have been in the business world for many years now, and I am extremely grateful for the people who have helped me along the way.
Whether they were clients, mentors, or colleagues, each one taught me something valuable that I hold dear to this day.
My father taught me that having a strong professional network is essential.
He always said, "It's not what you know, it's who you know".
Your network can open doors in ways you never imagined—and it's also just nice to know that you are surrounded by people who understand and appreciate your work.
I appreciate you.
I'm reading Joe Polish's new book, What's in it for Them?: 9 Genius Networking Principles to Get What You Want by Helping Others Get What They Want.
One of the principles is to take Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People to the next level.
How to Win the RIGHT Friends and Influence the RIGHT People.
I feel like my professional network is full of the RIGHT people.
Looking back, I didn't intentionally set out to build a network of the RIGHT people.
As I became clear about who I was and who I liked working with, my network evolved into the RIGHT people.
I resonate with most of what Polish is teaching in his book.
I'm all about helping others and wanting my clients to succeed.
Nothing makes me happier than watching a client break through their limiting beliefs and do well.
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