so, continuing on my networking resolutions, I contact more people than usual, asking them for advice, ideas, insights; starting from those I think they can bring some light and continuing to practically everyone I know.
The thing is, to know how to make the difference between what is useful and what is not: I would say, start with the advice of those who seemed to be where I want to go; and then go everyone else, and finish with my gut feeling.
There is something I can do better, or if I do things so well, did I make that known to anyone? Am I waiting to be discovered hiding?
I have two options: deal with my mess, which seems to increase exponentially, or to work towards an issue that will fix this mess. I have followed the second strategy, pretending not to see the foundations eroding… hoping in a crazy way that when the old will collapse the new will be strong enough to support me…
Am I right or am I right?
This kind of strategy can only be winning because there is nothing to come back to.
So today I continued a bit in both fronts:
I met with a friend, and I also met colleagues, bank employees and civil servants.
Some to ask expansion questions, as to how to enable my megalo projects to flourish.
Others for boring but essential every day staff: how do I get myself out of a rut?
While I prepare for an interview.
In the meanwhile, I take a cup of tea and I wait for the sleepiness to evaporate.
Have I done anything new?
Yes, I have contacted much more people than usual.