International Connections Part Of Personal Growth

The leader of a seminar I attended this week told a story of how a connection he made with someone in Denmark through LinkedIn eventually resulted in him traveling to Russia to conduct a seminar there for small businesses.  He revealed that through these international connections, he learned a great deal.  Social media including LinkedIn and Facebook are great ways to make new connections with people worldwide and this can be a rewarding part of your own personal growth.  Learning about different cultures and even getting the opportunity to travel to foreign destinations as a result will always be great for personal growth.

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  • I’ve done speaking engagements in Canada, US, Germany and Ireland so far. All international speaking events have been great for me as not only did I get a chance to positively impact a different audience I otherwise wouldn’t have had to chance to in my home territory, I also learned a great deal for my own personal development each time I went to another country.

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    Clint

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