Conferences, gatherings, and happy hours are all excellent occasions to meet clients and coworkers who can assist you in obtaining more creative work and substantial clientele.
Networking is more than an introduction at a happy hour. Networking takes developing a healthy relationship to gain mutual benefits and excel in a career. Networking is meeting like-minded and resourceful people who will likely benefit you to gain confidence and help grow both your career and personality. Networking is done both casually and formally to achieve your set goals.
“Serendipity” is my new favorite word. I find myself saying it all the time. I ran across this word in a recent Atlantic article about how isolation during the pandemic has weighed heavily on people. One of the points the author makes is that by limiting social interaction we lose the serendipity of unplanned meetings, …