Busy schedules, family obligations, introversion are just some of the reasons most professionals do not prioritise networking. Then there are the ‘lone wolves’ – “I’ve succeeded on my own merit and didn’t rely on anyone else”.

Most lone wolves recognise the benefits of networking, but achievement of their current status on the strength of near solo efforts, has resulted in a lack of effort to network. It also obviously requires adjusting their mindset and behaviours, which can be challenging.

If you’ve avoided networking in the past because of lone-wolf tendencies or just don’t know where to start, here are our top three tips to turn the process into an enjoyable one:

Using these tips and developing a thoughtful strategy to build lasting relationships will eventually lead you to a better professional journey. One that you can actually enjoy within the company of other professionals you can trust.

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