• February 11, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    How can I trust the person I’m working with? Is there any ideation for that?

  • February 11, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Hey, I’ll just you following points to gain trust on the people you work with!

    1. Imagine that every person you know has a sign around his neck that says “Make me feel important”.
    2. Look for a common interest. People want others to be like them
    3. Do not work from a screenplay. Try to eliminate the memorised tone in favour of a more natural conversation.
    4. Act like a good listener. (Do not let your body image betray you!) We are constantly bombarded with information, so it is almost instinctive to disconnect it.
    5. Entrepreneurs must to listen at least as much as they need to talk. Too many people do not realise that true communication goes in both sites.
    6. Resist the urge to be a single superior. You may feel compelled to share that you have fought the flu twice as much as your colleague.

  • February 18, 2019 at 4:33 pm

    Each of us has a natural network: family, friends, and people with whom we relate personally and professionally. However, your intentional network is that group of contacts you recruit, maintain and cultivate strategically and specifically and with whom you should correspond. Intentional networks are mutually beneficial relationships based on relationship, trust, and mutual benefit.

  • March 4, 2019 at 11:03 am

    1. Don’t overshoot the mark.
    2. Do your research, and personalize your request.
    3. Offer something in return.
    4. Make it easy for people to help you.
    5. Be clear about what you want, and don’t hide behind the word “partnership.”
    6. Don’t ask for a meeting tomorrow or the next day.