13 Ways to Create Impact at the Point of Interaction

Ron Sukenick Networking, Relationships, Strategy

How often do you go out, meet people, and for whatever reason, nothing happens? Think about it. Do you consciously plan or map out what you looking to accomplish? In most cases, people go out to network with no real goal in mind. They simply do it for the joy of interaction. Now, I’m not putting down the concept of interacting because as you and I know, if it wasn’t for having some fun at …

Are You Making the Most From Your Networking Contacts?

Ron Sukenick Connection, Contacts, Relationships

How often do you go out, meet people, and for whatever reason, nothing happens? Think about it. Do you consciously plan or map out what you looking to accomplish? In most cases, people go out to network with no real goal in mind. They simply do it for the joy of interaction. Now, I’m not putting down the concept of interacting because as you and I know, if it wasn’t for having some fun at …

Relationshift – Relationships Never End, They Just Shift

Ron Sukenick Networking, Relationshift, Relationships, Strategy

The spirit of the word relationshift reflects that a relationship never really ends, it simply flows into something else. Through a relationshift, the relationship becomes relevant or figural again when time, opportunity and a mutual focus reemerges. The concept of relevance further expands the definition to consider the questions of who, why, when, where, and how. We have changing needs and we need to ask a host of questions as we go forward in relationships. …

What Are You Doing to Become More Resourceful to Others?

Ron Sukenick Relationships, Resourceful, Resourcefullness Strategy

Webster defines resource as a source of information or expertise; a source of supply or support. Resourcefulness is the ability to effectively and efficiently respond to problems and determine resources that are important (people, technology, materials, services, time, etc.) Resourcefully responding to the need in the moment calls for attention to ongoing and emerging needs. This constant reevaluation helps answer the question – what is needed now? The ongoing accumulation of knowledge and skills help …