- Publisher: Networlding
- Available in: pdf
Networking is a buzzword. A popular buzzword. So we hear it all the time. But what does it really mean?
Unfortunately, too many people don’t understand what networking means. So let’s define it. A network is a group of interconnected people or things. Computers, electronics, and telephones, for example, exist on a network. Our oceans and lakes are networked together by rivers, streams, and the other waterways that make the necessary connections. People live in networks though friendships, relatives, neighborhoods, and other connecting pathways.
But this is nothing new. The buzzword may be a modern one, but networking is how the world has always operated. We humans have always been part of a giant network.
Yet most people have no idea how to harness the power in their network. Many don’t realize it exists. We need to understand how much power there is in networking. And see that all we have to do is tap it.