Networking Rocks! One Member’s Perspective
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Goal #5: network leader

Leverage Freedom to Make Connections

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Being able to easily travel and network at any beach, picnic area, barbecue or community gathering anywhere in the United States, with unhindered movement, has been paid for by the ultimate sacrifice of those who served in the military.

Make this weekend count by being a networking leader, as you meet people.  Here are some tips . . .

  • Bring people closer together at your event by simply introducing as many people as you can.
  • Meet a new person. Then introduce that new person to someone else.  
  • Make everyone feel comfortable by helping the hosts serve other people. 

Networking leaders are serving leaders.  This pays dividends, if  you need ask people for help in the future.

We pay tribute to the U.S. men and women who died during military service by observing a minute of silence on Memorial Day Monday at 3:00 PM, local time.

Memorial Day Weekend Tips

  • Barbecue Food Safety
    Simple guidelines for grilling food safely
  • Boating Safety
    Learn from the U.S. Coast Guard how to prevent accidents, injuries, and fatalities while boating.
  • Recipes from and for Americans
    Healthy recipes, collections and publications, kids’ recipes, cooking for a crowd…
  • Swimming Safety
    Before you jump in, make sure you know the facts about water safety.
  • Travel Safety
    Airline status, airport screening, foreign travel advisories, citizens abroad…

For a limited time you can submit a complimentary (free) application for Basic Membership with Empowering Today’s Professionals. If time is critical, save time with Professional Membership as the recommended level PROVEN to get INTERVIEWS quicker.

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