There’s a lot of interest in business networking both online and offline. This is being featured as a main way to increase income and traffic to one’s business. There’s truth in this idea. Properly used it can be beneficial. But there’s another aspect of relationships which has no direct connection to business networking. This is an area of personal relationships.
Most people are strongly influenced by those to whom they have the closest ties. Family would be the most obvious one. From childhood people learn from their parents. This influence has power over them for good or for bad. It depends on both the child and the parent because everyone is different. One child who is raised in a family where the father is an alcoholic might become one himself. Another child in the same situation may vow to never drink and become a leader in business. One really can’t blame parents for their problems.
But it is a fact that people are most likely to enjoy the same income levels, educational achievements and successes of their closest relations. As an adult one can choose these relationships. The benefit of having a group of positive, upbeat, friendly and ethical relations is huge. These people make others feel better just by being around them. They offer inspiration and set a good example. Such people are usually willing and able to help others. Their associates do better in life. If someone is physically ill he’ll have a better chance of recovery when surrounded by positive friends and family.
It’s not hard for someone to find these relations. They will know one when he enters a room and smiles. All of a sudden it seems brighter. They make others feel comfortable and relaxed. On the other hand, if one has relations that make him feel uncomfortable or introverted they should be replaced by more positive ones. It’s not hard and it really works.