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weekly pill of mid-career growth wisdom Nov 03, 2023

It’s time to get out of the rabbit hole!
You have been working in the same industry for over 10 years and have built a successful career for yourself. 
You understand that building a strong professional network is essential to staying competitive.

To start building your network on LinkedIn, you first optimize your profile. 
Highlight your years of experience and any notable projects you have worked on. 

Next, you start searching for and joining relevant groups.
You find groups related to your specific area of expertise (or geographical location) and start participating in discussions and sharing your thoughts on industry topics. 

Through your participation, you start to connect with other professionals who have similar interests and backgrounds.
To further expand your network, you also use LinkedIn to find professionals in your industry.
You personalize your connection requests and explain why you are interested in connecting with them. 
This helps to increase the likelihood that they will accept your request and start a conversation with you.

But building a network is not just about connecting with others. It's also about engaging with your existing connections. 
One of the most valuable aspects of building a network on LinkedIn is the ability to learn from others in your field. 
These relationships can open up new opportunities for career advancement while also providing valuable insights and perspectives on industry trends and best practices. 

So, which of the actions highlighted above can you do today to build a powerful network?

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