Larry Braman: Career Consultant and Coach
- It’s essential for us to recognize that the most successful people ask for (and receive) help all the time.
- Say less initially in your interactions with influencers so that you can meet them where they are as the conversation progresses.
- When someone offers to help or to make an introduction, take immediate action to follow up.
- It’s important for us to have both mentors and advocates in our careers.
- Be memorable in a genuine way by making a human connection to the other party.
- Global Career Consulting & Placement
- Career University
- How to Win Friends and Influence People* by Dale Carnegie
- Mentors Are Good. Sponsors Are Better. by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
- Larry Braman’s Career Hacks
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