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Great tips! I especially agree with being "passive" and "waiting"...they're the "easy" way out and you cruise past many opportunities!
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"We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same." --- Carlos Castaneda
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Everyone says networking is the best way to find that next job. I am networking while on my trip to Alabama as networking and connecting with others can occur at any time in any atmosphere. The grocery store, fast food place, nice restaurant. Simply strike up a conversation with someone next to you. Ask them a question, comment on something happening nearby. If they aren't interested in making small talk. Don't take it personally and politely move on.
Also, there are lots of networking events. Check out local papers or the internet to find ones in your area and attend! However, with all the networking going on, make sure to stay away from these mistakes.
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