After all, we know networking to be a vital component to the health of one’s business, but there are still many who think of building relationship capital as a slimy ladder-climber’s game. As a result, individuals and businesses that would otherwise benefit from such connections instead miss out on the opportunities they afford.
In an effort to quash some of the most egregious untruths about networking, Josh Mait, RelSci’s CMO, put together (and then refuted) a list of the seven most common myths. The first, and perhaps the worst offender: the notion that networking is all about me, me, me. Read about why this is untrue, along with the six other myths and their counterarguments, over at Inc.com.