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5 Ways to Build Successful Relationships in Business World

Successful people in the business world mostly come to a conclusion that one of the key factors to be successful without struggling is the ability to create and develop successful relationships. Collaboration and connection will always play a role in our success. Whatever you’re pursuing, whatever you can’t stop dreaming about it, you’re going to need to enlist the help of others to get it. Here are five ways to have lasting relationships in business:

Have a Long-Term Mindset

True relationships are built upon honesty and integrity. So, don’t change who you are to please someone. Relationships change and evolve. The best relationships which stand the test of time are those that are able to pick up right where they left off. Successful people have deep relationships that have been cultivated over years of mutual investment, so value them.

Develop Yourself

In order to be successful, you have to bring value to your network. You must have choices to continually grow. Developing skills takes time, it will not be easy but it’s a guaranteed way to succesfully do your work for the company.

Give More Than You Receive

The path of entrepreneurship is built upon the economical concept of providing value to your customers and prospective customers . As an example, you can easily do it with the modern device called social media, you can use periscope, instagram etc to share your developments.

Develop a People-to-People Mindset

People are people. Not only “followers”, not only “subscribers”, not only “staff”… If you approach your relationship building from a more intimate philosophy, you’ll find yourself building more meaningful relationships. So, never underestimate the power of a sincere relationship such as really apologizing or thanking where necessary. Verbal affirmation, especially for your staff is so important. Also remembering the special moments is key: phone calls, postcards, emails, small presents…

Be Intentional With Your Actions

Great things always happen intentionally, which means planned and executed. So, some tips may be identifying the top three people in your network for brainstorming and by this way valuing them, acknowledging the life events of your network such as marriages, successes, using your lunch times, coffee breaks for communicating with people and catching up, attending a seminar you hadn’t thought before, calling a few people each week for just checking to see how they’re doing. Let your relationships be authentic. Be the person that enjoys relationships – not just ‘using them’ for your own advantage.

─ May 11, 2016