The Difference Between Connecting And Networking

When I decided to go full throttle into Connectivity, I wanted to be superdupercrystalclear with my message: what is the ONE THING I’m sharing with the world that can serve others and make a difference?

To that end, I have defined what Connectivity is and what it isn’t (it’s all covered in the book too, check it out here).

One of my primary differentiators is that Connectivity Isn’t Networking. Like my colleague and friend, Patrick Galvin states, “Being a great connector is not the same as having a wide network.”

Boom.

Connecting isn’t numbers or “should’s” or jockeying for position.

It’s real, in-person, one at a time.

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