Networking tip: Talk to the people sitting next to you at an event. It may sound obvious, but it doesn’t always happen.
My friend Laurie, is a very clever and learned woman. She is the owner of two, that’s right, TWO businesses.
OPSCentricSolutions a small biz resource
Capella Memoirs for guidance with writing your family history
Laurie and I met through Female Entrepreneur Association. I noticed she lived nearby, so I sent her a message and to my delight, she agreed to meet for coffee.
We immediately connected although I am about 20+ years older than Laurie! We chatted for about 2 hours. Laurie told me all about her Capella Memoir project and I shared the Hide A Heart story.
Laurie tutored me with putting MY LIFE AS ART board together and, as they say, the rest of the story is history.
When I saw the @OpsCentric Networking tip, “Talk to the people sitting next to you at an event. It may sound obvious, but it doesn’t always happen.” I thought, “Wow! Now there’s a perfect marketing on air strategy!”
Therefore, I just have to ask the question: What’s your story?