Refer or not?

Would you refer me? It makes all the difference.

I like the fact that amongst my network colleagues there are those who are prepared to go the extra mile. It makes me feel very lucky and grateful for the resource we have.

Not only does it qualify who I could refer but I learn to understand that there are people amongst us who show up and participate by sharing with others, giving us just that little bit more.

To refer sets a fine example, builds a stronger network.

There are some who show up and offer to support the groups, sure. Just enough to get away with and generally only if it benefits themselves…

Those I personally admire though, the people I would refer or recommend first of all are those who go the extra mile, who step out of the comfort zone by bringing a little more value to the engagement.

You know the kind of networking I mean … the kind of people that care about the finer details, keep the appointment and who are prepared to make time to spend their time seeking out the less experienced by offering solutions to those that may need guidance or direction.

These are the type of people I would refer to my closest friends and family.

How about you?

Published by charlie kenny

I love the coast and in particular, the area in which I live, the North East of England. 30+ years experience in publishing and personal development is what I bring to individuals looking for advice, direction or simply an independent listening post. My passion is the person, hence my interest in structured networking and the magic that happens when like-minded people engage. engage, develop, grow ... with Go!

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