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- Human beings are naturally social. Most individuals prefer to learn, organize, and interact in group settings.
- Having fewer relationships that are well-aligned and built on trust is generally more valuable than having many low quality relationships.
- People who have a unique network of relationships and information sources are especially valuable addition to your network.
- When your networking activities center around something meaningful, the amount of interest that will result is likely to increase.
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