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How To Start Networking Pt.1

Call a friend, a family member or a stranger and tell them you’re open to mutual agreement. If you’re willing to exchange 3 basic answers with the members in your group. And if you can agree to connect the answers from your group to others, you’re networking.  Each member is outreaching to connect others for networking. If you are willing to mutually agree to exchange your 1st party claims and experiences we want you. The mutual exchanging serves to better define problems and validate solutions. Simply exchanging our 1st party experiences and claims for public awareness, and archiving improves advocacy. Together we can all be better positioned to find patterns, nuances and points for informational interventions.

Summaries Of Networking 1-13

"The Blueprint To Lift Every Voice"
Chapter 1
Step-1 We collect the 1st party claims to the mate3 questions. 
(1) What happened to you?                                                                                                       (2) What would you like to see happen? (3) And how do you think others can help? represents a more effective advocacy model for handling the suggestions and claims made by individuals. Our networking starts from the point you make a 1stparty claim or share an experience for pointing out a problem or potential problem. The method opens full inclusiveness for defining problems and selecting solutions. This method adds a transparent continuum to what is claimed, collected and acknowledged. 

Step-2 Organize and aggregate the collected 1st party claims for connecting with first step organizers, advocates, databases and others that have similar experiences and claims.
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The Language Of Networking

Learning to speak the language of will increase your power.
It will increase your power in the market place of advocacy, evidence and influence. In the market place fair exchange is not robbery, but there is very little fairness in our agreement with data handlers and the data-mining industry. Branding and packaging 1st party claims and that of our group is likely the best defense strategy. Establishing the value, rules and requirement to use 1st party claims. 1st party claim gathering and connecting is the best tool for auditing public policy. Making policies for how to handle the 1st party claims you get is becoming mandatory and beneficial. Your connectivity and method of segmenting and aggregating the 1st party claims that you encounter is a strategic decision. It’s also a decision that could have gold nugget value. Compatible uses for the claims, experiences and suggestions you collect will set value options. At we assist as an agent for your collections of inpu…