February, 2014

On Email Introductions: Tip #3

By Norah Turnham  -  On 27 Feb, 2014 -  0 comments

This tip is something that is a little bit about personal preference and, as far as I can see it, a lot about respecting the people in your network. Before you make an email introduction, pre-screen it by making sure both parties are actually interested in the intro. Now, there may be some people who

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On Email Introductions: Tip #2

By Norah Turnham  -  On 18 Feb, 2014 -  0 comments

If you don’t pre-screen your introductions (more on that in the next tip) make sure that both parties are aware of why you introduced them. You can include this in your email introduction and it can be as vague or specific as you’d like but give them something to go on. Explaining why you’re making

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On Email Introductions: Tip#1

By Norah Turnham  -  On 11 Feb, 2014 -  0 comments

There are a lot of tools and resources out there for people who make a lot of email introductions but there are some simple things you can do right from your inbox to make effective and successful connections for the people in your network. This series, which I will be posting weekly, covers my tips

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Be a Thought Leader Not a Thought Follow-The-Leader: The Importance of Being Authentic in Your Messaging

By Michael Roderick  -  On 03 Feb, 2014 -  0 comments

In my freshman year of college I attended my first ever open-audition. Basically, this meant that I could see what every other actor was doing before it was my turn to perform. I thought that this was perfect because I could see exactly what made the director laugh, what interested the audience, and what got

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