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Sunday, October 15, 2006

This Week in The National NetWorker eZine

New for the week of 10/15/2006...

"Inspiring NetWorkers - Chicagoland", by Mark Sturgell, Great Lakes Bureau Chief

What is an “Inspired NetWorker”? To be inspired is to be “divinely affected”, so the Inspired NetWorker is one whose thoughts, feelings, actions…his or her very breath and being are drawn forth from and applied to developing and maintaining meaningful, giving relationships.
Chicagoland NetWorker Jason Jacobsohn is an Inspired NetWorker. Jason believes relationship building is a key component to personal and business success. Personally, and in his professional role as director of the Small Business Development Center and a Business Advisor at the Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center (CEC), Jason enjoys helping others by making introductions, planning events, and sharing resources through his email newsletter, “Network Your Way to Success”, and his website at He also speaks about networking, writes the Tech Connect column for, and is President of DePaul Entrepreneurs Network.

"Dr. Elizabeth Kearney, Known for Her Generosity", by Bette Daoust, Ph.D., Southwest Bureau Chief

I have the privilege and delight to know a person that is known everywhere I go on the west coast and elsewhere. The person has received recognition from ABWA as business woman of the year in 2003, 2004, and 2005. If that was not enough, she was also selected as one of fourteen business owners to be honored in Washington DC in 2004 and 2005 for her contributions to business. Yet she humbly says, I really didn’t do anything to deserve this honor. I really disagree.
Dr. Elizabeth Kearney currently lives in the Bay Area of San Francisco and is very active with many groups including Astra (Board of Directors), San Leandro Chamber of Commerce, Northern California Leadership Forum (Chair) and many more. She takes my breath away.

"Hotspotting: Part 2", by Mike O'Neil, Technology Editor

Last month, we discussed how to get WiFi working so you can begin “hotspotting”. Specifically, we discussed: What WiFi is. How to see if you have it. How to get it working. Where you can find it. This month, we will merge WiFi Internet access and networking with people. But, first a little story about a real world WiFi experience from the field - literally.

"The NetWorking Empire of Cesar Plata and", by Jan Altman, Entrepreneurial Editor

If anyone at all could be called a clearinghouse for networking in the San Francisco Bay Area, I'd vote for Cesar Plata and his Hands down. He's even been called "the Craig's List for business owners and professionals." Around here, that's a compliment worth more than a lifetime pass across the high-priced Golden Gate Bridge.

"The Right Choice, Part 3: Due Diligence", by Candy Webb, NetWork Marketing Editor

In this segment, I am going to talk about “doing your due diligence”. This is a very interesting segment because I know unequivocally that MOST PEOPLE DO NOT DO THIS! Most people make an emotional choice and quite frequently, their choice has almost nothing to do with the company but has more to do with the person bringing it to them!

"NetBeing: Introducing the 5 R's of Relationship", by Ron Sukenick, Contributing Writer

In my last article, we established that there is a fundamental desire in all of us to be in relationship, and to develop relationships that flourish. The desire for relationship and developing deeper relationships is a basic and universal human need. This desire is a more popular subject today than at any other time in history.

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