Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
You never know how useful the cleaner might be- I left my business card with a computer shop, where I had something repaired, and he called me a few weeks later needing a legal translation...
There is a little bit of all of them in all of us :)
Such a pity that you never seem to see much of the city at conferences, let alone of bars where they serve drinks and have danceable tables... it seems you go from the venue to the hotel and back again in the morning.
I have to confess I'm in the Shy team :)
The word "Pretty" is missing a "t", LOL.(Sorry, couldn't help it!) Love Mox!
I started as the shy one and evolved into the crazy one...
Morning: shy, later that day: networking, evening: crazy :D next morning? :D
I left my business card with a lady from the post office; she called me after who weeks needing a diploma translation
OMG I've just realized I'm the networker!!!! Do you want to have my card?
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The best networking opportunity is to be the organizer or the host. You get to say hello to LOTS of people!
If you aren't already crazy, you'll end up there someday.Wheres my whisky?
I too agree with you mate, guess you have lots of real life experience as far as this matter concerns. Lol.
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