February (or really any time) is a good time to celebrate all kinds of love and connection with family, significant others, and friends. The science of connection teaches us that there are very good reasons for why we feel close to some people, and not so close to others.
I go to networking events fairly often and while at these events, I run into several CEOs of small businesses. While the title of CEO looks good on a business card and is probably a source of pride for the owner, it can be a dead giveaway that your business is small or even a one person operation. Let me explain why.
Looking to build a rapport with a potential client? Don't to know if you and your date are compatible? Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could “hack “ into the personalities of people you meet? Well, thanks to Konveau now this is now possible. But what if you wanted to go "old school", and try to figure out the personalities of others on your own?
January is popular time to set goals, aka New Year’s Resolutions. Goal-setting is incredibly important for any successful endeavor. The truth is, most successful people set goals and re-evaluate them much more frequently than once a year. They also make sure their goals are SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound). Consider how you set your goals for your professional and social networking. Do your goals follow the SMART rules?