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Business cards? Check. Nice blazer? Check. Memorized elevator pitch? Check. Genuine interest in going to a networking event other than trying to find a job? NOPE. Networking is important. Relationships can and will propel you forward in your career when the time comes. But networking events suck. You dress up and force yourself to “work the … Continue reading Never Drag Yourself To A Networking Event Again: 6 Quick Tips For Casually Creating Real Connections