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May 07, 2012


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If your network is on LinkedIn, a great way to give back is to recommend folks you have worked with closely or know about their work. Often, they will write a recommendation back. Having a quiver full of peer recommendations goes much further than bullet-point claims.

Of course, you need to make sure that the recommendations you give and receive are substantive (and not the generic he-is-a-great-team-player types).

Networking has not always been my strength. However, I think I am getting better. I have joined two career networking groups, I am going through Financial Peace University, I have a written goal of meeting two new people per week, and I try to connect to everyone possible via LinkedIn.

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