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Learn to Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty!

imageIf you’ve been reading much on this site or reading virtually any other job search advice, you know that networking is critical to landing a new job. However, most people only begin building a network once they are unemployed. Better late than never. Networking can be far more effective, though, if you have an extensive address book of professional contacts that you’ve been building over time.

Begin building your network as soon as you realize it’s value, but don’t stop once you get a new job!

In the new-normal for a career, you will likely be looking for a new job again someday. ‘Lifetime’ jobs are virtually non-existent anymore. In order to make your transitions as smooth as possible and for you to have more options, keep building the size and quality of your professional network. How do you do that?


Sound like work? It is.

Will your life change? Yes.

Will your career and your next job search benefit? Infinitely!

Dig your well before you’re thirsty and you’ll be glad you did!


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