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A Guide to Referrals and Networking for Extroverts and Introverts Alike

By Cedric Ashley and Cynthia Sharp

Most professionals agree that one of the most valuable ways to attract clients is through referrals. When starting a practice, the most expedient source of clients is people you already know, including family, friends, and former classmates. While cultivating these relationships is the immediate first step, creating and implementing a strategic networking plan is a close second. By showing up and meeting people in person, you will have the opportunity to create new relationships and deepen those that already exist. Not only can you meet new clients and referral sources, but you also can build a strong support system, which has its own value.

A Guide to Referrals and Networking for Extroverts and Introverts Alike

A Guide to Referrals and Networking for Extroverts and Introverts Alike

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