http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/905-business-networking-part-iv-standing-out This lesson is part of a 4-lesson series in which Thom Singer covers why to network, how to meet people, how to build and cultivate relationships and how to stand out from the crowd. In this lesson, he asserts that, "You are either distinct or extinct," and discusses the need to differentiate. Following this explanation, he suggests ways in which someone can stand out from the crowd. Lesson Overview: 1. Distinct vs. Extinct 2. Professional networking online (LinkedIn, etc) 3. Weak links and re-connections 5. Optimizing networks for your company 6. Maintaining relationships Other lessons in this series include: Business Networking: Why? (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/902) Business Networking: How? (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/903) Business Networking: After We've Met (http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/904) Thom Singer is an expert in social networking and developing a personal brand. He has worked in sales and marketing capacities at several Fortune 100 companies and regularly speaks to corporate audiences about the power of business relationships. Additionally, he has authored several books about professional networking and developed The Networking Quotient Quiz, an interactive survey that helps professionals measure and compare their networking skills with their peers. To learn more about Thom Singer or his books on networking, networking for women, and networking with LinkedIn, check out http://www.thomsinger.com.
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