“It’s not what you know. It’s who you know.”
You’ve probably heard that phrase before. Maybe you agree with it — but does that agreement come with a groan?
What words pop into your head when you think of networking?
Sleazy? Fake? Uncomfortable? Business cards?
I hear a lot of that. And I think that’s a shame. Because I know that networking doesn’t have to be that way.
My friend Rahul Bhambhani and I have launched a new project called Magical Networking, in which we teach you how to connect with the perfect people for you in a way that feels natural and authentic.