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Working The Golf Course


wealthymattersAre you planning on networking over golf?If so,here are some things to remember:

Do Your Homework When Picking Out a Course: It should be one all of you will enjoy. Find out if the course has just aerated the greens. If so, steer clear. Is there major construction in the clubhouse or facilities? Where you choose to tee-off says a lot about how detail-oriented you are at work.

Be on Your Best Behaviour :Sports are revealing, your true personality is bound to show. Do you cheat? Are you a sore loser? Do you want your fellow players to think highly of you? Then put your best foot forward.

Observe Dress Codes :Picking the right outfit is also a test. Don’t be sloppy. Pick a style that works for you out of golf’s many fashion trends .  Read more of this post

Lalbaugcha Raja Auction


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I spent last evening at the Lalbaugcha Raja auction.It was my first time.

I am pretty pleased with my “prasad”-a lovely silver modak that just comfortably overflows my cupped hands.It’s a great item to put on my desk and watch the play of light on.Anytime,I want a physical reminder of the abundance of good things God has given me in life,I have but to pick up this modak.

One of the items for auction ,that caught my attention was a gold foot ball .All the items up for auction have  been donated by devotees whose wishes have been granted.So when we see a model house or cradle we can guess what wish was granted.Now a football?Makes you wonder what the wish was for…..Also last year I remember seeing such a foot ball in the papers too.So I got googling after dinner and came across a shocking story in an old copy of the Mid-Day:Link Read more of this post

How To Network With Millionaires?


wealthymattersContacting people you wish to get to know and convincing them to help you is an essential skill for entrepreneurs.19 year old Vincent Nguyen has demonstarted this skill to a remarkable degree.The following is a summary of his insights from contacting entrepreneurs,way more successful than him,asking them for a favour and achieving his goal: You can read the full story here:Link

1. Rejection doesn’t take anything from you

So what do you have to lose?

2. People are more willing to help you than you think

So just give them a chance to do so.

3. When you’re genuine, people will want to help you

So be honest and be yourself. Read more of this post

Online Networking Insight


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“ LinkedIn is for people you know. Facebook is for people you used to know. Twitter is for people you want to know. ”— Via socialmediatoday.com

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