Networking 101: The Inigo Montoya Method

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Networking is hard — even if you’re good at it. It’s a delicate balance between socializing and promoting, and you have to walk a very thin line between inspiring people and annoying them.

Even if you’ve landed gigs or lucrative connections with your networking skills, you might still feel like you’re an awkward potato at any networking event — and especially so when your random coffee shop…

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