How to Increase Your Social Net Worth – 6 Steps to Becoming a Butterfly

Does that say it becomes a butterfly? Well, it does. Everyone knows that before a butterfly becomes itself, it will become a caterpillar and experience a really great metamorphosis. It is in the metamorphosis where he finds the lesson ABC Net Worth increase his social patrimony.

Work in social networks is fashionable and, therefore, poses the questions why should we be more social? One of the answers to that question is because outgoing people tend to be happier and healthier.

Scientific research shows that we are all born outgoing or introverted, and that does not change much as we move through life. But, it does not matter if you are an extrovert or a born introvert, we can all do certain things that will improve our accessibility in real life and on the Internet. When you have a broader set of human resources in your life, you experience an increase in happiness, health, relationships and even financial opportunities.

When we build our social circle, the most common phrase we use today is the creation of networks, but I would like to give a new twist to things and call it net worth. In my book, the net worth is connected to others to increase the internal and external aspects of your life. Networks are historically associated with connecting with people for commercial gain, and that kind of thinking is so ’80’!

There are many people out there (maybe you are one of them) who think that if they increase the number of people in their life, either in person or through the network, they will invite more drama. That is certainly a way of looking at it, even if it is negative. However, I offer this maxim, “the more you connect with others, the more you will win”. What you have to realize is that you can decide what you will earn. You can establish your intention for your next net adventure and decide to connect only with those people who are sending the kind of environment that is characteristic of what you would like most in your life.

Even employers have jumped on the network cart. Many companies are now part of the two most popular social connection environments: Facebook and Twitter. In addition, most companies seek to hire extroverted people. It is obvious that being connected creates stronger relationships and, in the old network model, the goal is not really an authentic relationship. Therefore, the need to change our thinking.

Okay, okay, I see that big question floating around: if you’re not a naturally extroverted person, is it just a wash for you? Absolutely not, because this is where the metamorphosis plays the key role in bringing your social butterfly to light:

  1. Understand and know your personality.
  2. Set goals that are authentic and realistic for you.
  3. Do not lack respect for your comfort zone, but push beyond it
  4. Connect with friends first on the Internet, then find others with similar interests to friends.
  5. Expand your social connections over the Internet and in the real world at events and conferences
  6. Establish your intention of what you would like to give the connection, as well as get benefits from it

The metamorphosis of an introvert to be less introverted can leave you with a certain degree of anxiety, but we all recognize that there is a great benefit to get out of our comfort zone. It may be a bit scary at first, but 9 out of 10 times we’ve done it, we think: I’m really glad I did it! When you practice these 6 steps, you will begin to change your way of thinking and begin to look for connections that will dramatically increase your net worth.

Well, here are your marching orders: starting today, practice the 6 steps and increase your net worth by being present in the world and practicing the authentic connection. Extend your net worth efforts and you are bound to experience a great profit.

Published by shainajohn

I Am Shaina. Fashion Designer. Blogger. Youtube Expert. Website Builder. Search Engine Optimizer. I Love Food and love Travelling. I am a diligent self-starter, continuous learner, avid networker, always seeking opportunities for growth and development and I relish a challenge. One thing I firmly believe in is that in the midst of all our accomplishments, we should always find ways to give back to the society/community.

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