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 you become more and more resourceful in relationships.

Furthermore, resourcefulness helps in developing a large network of contacts into purposeful connections.