Welcome to this episode of The Organised Women in Business Podcast. This fortnight’s episode is about the importance of networks.
Being an entrepreneur is often a solo gig. Even if you have a team, like I do, it’s still lonely.
I’ve got my wonderful bookkeeper…in Queensland.
My amazing podcast producer and engineer, he’s in Colombia.
We can’t exactly gather in the kitchen for a cuppa every morning.
All our communication is dependent on technology. At least with my bookkeeper I can meet with her in the same timezone April to October!
Today’s episode discusses online and real-life networks, how each is valuable, and why I love them.
These are some of the networks I’m part of and use regularly in my day/week (* denotes paid membership):
And then there’s my brand new FREE Facebook Community:
Dear listeners, I’ve a question (or few) for you.
Are you a member of any networks? Real-life? Online? Both? Do you participate regularly, or are you a bit of a lurker on the sidelines?
Let me know below, or on my Facebook page! Or pop into my free group
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