Wow! Wherever did November go? For those who have been witnessing the daily progression, you know that CoffeeLunchCoffee.com posted a new blog every day in keeping with National Novel Writing Month (“NaNoWriMo”) – a CLC tradition since 2011.
This year, we heard from 23 guest writers and instigators who approached Networking through a multitude of different lenses, perspectives, voices, experiences, ideas and the like. They made my life easy this year and, as I said on day 1, we are all better for having learned from such a diverse set of experts and Master Networkers.
Sending my heartfelt appreciation to the following contributors and the inspirational people behind posts that I wrote myself. If you missed any of these great articles, be sure to go back and look through the links associated with the pieces:
- Andi Burgis, “Speaking Horse”
- Ravi Dasari, “Equity Based Relationships Are Key to Personal, Business Growth”
- Karen Hornig, “Relo Action Plan”
- Molly Wendland, “Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes”
- Denise Baraket de Arias, “Empathy: A Fountain of Youth”
- Laurie Bollig, “There’s a Month for That”
- Mic Johnson, “Identifying and Overcoming Irrational Fear”
- Rob McClary, “The Important Role Networking Plays in Fueling Innovation”
- Jack Blake, “Try Something for the First Time”
- Yosef Silver, “How Did You Get Here Today?”
- Erik Wullschleger, “A View from the Porch”
- Steve Peha, “When Weak is Stronger Than Strong”
- Cynthia Kyriazis, “The Value of Standing Still”
- Will Moulthrop, “Communication Breakdown”
- Rabbi David Glickman, “Making Work Holy – Regardless of Your Career”
- Rachel Berbiglia, “Leadership is a Dialogue… Not a Monologue”
- Bob Swisher, “Networking Opportunities in Professional Organizations”
- Leslie Anderson, “When You Know, You Know”
- Sue Maden, “Bring ‘Em Along!”
- Marcia McMullen, “The Long Tail of Gratitude”
- Dave Patrick, “Is Your Personal Brand Invisible, Active, Passive or Disruptive?”
- Gary Levin, “Build Rapport and Put Your Client at Ease”
- Kris Carlgren, “Immersive Experiences & Building Relationships”
THANK YOU also to YOU, the CLC Community, without whom there would be no reason to write nor any meaning to the work I have the privilege to do every day. I am so grateful to you all.
Wishing you a wonderful holiday season! CLC will return next week on its regular weekly schedule. Happy NaNoWriMo! Happy Networking!