Networking professionally is like being in a relationship. It is not something to be taken lightly. It requires authenticity, communication, dedication, hard work, and time. If any of those components are missing, your relationship with your network falls apart. And you can’t expect your network to do all the work for you. So how do we find the network that’s going to fit us best? And how do we make genuine networking connections once we get there? That’s what I’m talking about in this week’s post.