What do you like most about networking with people?

  1. That I learn something new from every conversation, even if it takes a little digging to find it. And usually, it doesn’t.
  • Semiotics. Symbology.
  • Saussure
  • Pierce
  • Buffett
  • Munger
  • Singapore
  • Book: checklist manifesto
  • State machines
  • Stay away from software. Focus on process.
  • I should have been an engineer
  • Think like an investor
  • Sales coffee
  • Lean coffee event
  • Taariq Lewis PARISOMA sales classes
  1. That at the end of an initial conversation, you can’t know where the new connection will lead you.
  1. I’m constantly reminded of my most basic rule — Be nice. Always.
  1. I learn how connected we can be with complete strangers on the most esoteric facts.

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