Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Brett Siler's What Is Networking

A network provides a path, a way of getting from point A to point B in the shortest possible time over the least distance. It's finding whom you need to get what you need in any given situation and then helping others do the same. Networking is about connecting points A to Z without having to go through C, D, E...W, X Y. In a network, the interconnecting links can be lateral, vertical, or diagonal. Each link is no more or no less important than another. The structure is designed to minimize the distance between any one point and another. Each part will reinforce the other. You need to be open-minded and closed-minded in order to reap the benefits of building a geodesic network.

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