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Networlding 4.0: Chapter 17: Networking Versus Networlding

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Networking: Goal-Based Duplication of Efforts Temporary Transactional Haphazard Process Often One-Sided Fragmented Often Materialistic Superficial Opportunity Specific Two-Dimensional Networlding Values-Based Leveraged Learning Long-Term Commitment Relational Conscious Strategic Process Mutually Beneficial Systematic Holistic Intimate Opportunity Expansive Multi-Dimensional Networlding relationships start when you clearly express your intent in the broad sense of the word. Quickly and convincingly, you communicate your goals and value, and when you do so, people who resonate to your intent will respond. If someone responds positively and you are able to establish a Networlding relationship, you can reap tremendous benefits. Your new partner will not only do more for you in terms of opportunities but in providing an empathetic ear and a source of fresh ideas. In contrast, networking connections are flimsy because they lack support. When networking, people are bound together because one person needs another to do a deal or create a sale. One particular situation binds them together, and as soon as this situation disintegrates or disappears, there's nothing left of the relationship to keep it strong enough to survive.