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Why I network so much and how I recharge after networking

The Importance of networking and how to recharge after

Building a successful business isn't just about the product or service you offer—it's also about the connections you make along the way!

I do a lot of networking and I really enjoy it. I get to connect with local business face to face and start to build the relationship of getting to know one another.

Networking and fostering relationships are like laying the foundation for your entrepreneurial journey.

This is why I do a lot of networking:

Opportunities Await: Every new connection is a potential opportunity waiting to happen. Whether it's a collaboration, partnership, or client referral, networking opens doors you never knew existed!

Knowledge is Power: Engaging with others in your industry or related fields exposes you to valuable insights and perspectives. Learning from their experiences can help you avoid pitfalls and adapt more effectively to challenges.

Support System: Having a network of like-minded individuals who understand your journey provides invaluable support, encouragement, and advice when you need it most.

Brand Building: Positive relationships lead to word-of-mouth referrals and endorsements, enhancing your brand's credibility and reach.

Continuous Growth: Building relationships isn't just a one-time task; it's an ongoing process. Stay connected, nurture existing relationships, and be open to forging new ones.

Now we know that networking is so important but man can it be draining!

I know after I do a month work of heavy networking I need to mentally recharge and I do that by making sure I book time with my family. That can be a weekend get away to Legoland, camping, or taking a spontaneous trip.

This spontaneous trips are usually to a park or beach we have never been too. That leads to my second way to recharge after networking. I love the outdoors and if you have been following me for awhile you know we are heavy in Cub Scouts. Both my husband and my self are leaders in our local pack. Getting outside has so many benefits for physical and mental health.

The last thing I like to do to recharge is to curl up in bed, on the couch, or even go outside and read a book. I love reading historical fiction books the most.

Now you know both the importance of networking and how to recharge afterwards! Balance is key!


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