I think it's fair when people don't take themselves too seriously, actively listen to others and want to get to know each other. I have met some amazing friends through networking and conferences and these different events. Kelsey, you and Debbie, and Michelle Lowry and just all these different people that I now consider good friends that I will be texting regularly. You help me in my professional and personal life and it has been huge. I appreciate that. Advertising Continue reading below Debbie: Picking up on that, I was going to say a similar thing too.
I made a lot of friends through social media and networking. I think it comes down to compatibility. Kind of the opposite point of what I was image masking service saying before about the lack of compatibility making it clunky. If there is compatibility, it can help cultivate relationships, whether business or personal. I think business can happen if there are mutual business needs. Or issues that arise that the two would work well together on. Personally, I think it just comes down to having a similar sense of humor, obviously things to talk about. I have varying levels of friends that I have made through networking.
Some I talk to more about business, others we talk about movies, books or stuff like that. I think it also covers different topics. It just depends on the different personalities and how you are with them. But I think a sense of humor is always a good icebreaker. And people who really want to help. There are people who act like they want to help, but not really. The people who introduce you to other people who might be a good fit for you professionally…it's always helpful toshow you're a genuine person and give back to someone else. Advertising Continue reading below Kelsey: I agree.