October 25, 2022
Things I Didn’t Learn at Harvard recently published a podcast episode featuring Greg Stoller, Senior Lecturer, discussing his successful strategy and philosophy of networking.
Things I Didn’t Learn at Harvard is a podcast hosted by Victor Lee and Rajiv Jadhav, who talk about how to network smartly in a post-pandemic world. Stoller has put his talents into helping entrepreneurs and small businesses, acquiring a tremendous amount of networks along his path in academia, business, and real estate.
His philosophy in networking from the academic side is fairly simplistic. He states, “I ask people to do one thing for me every year. That being said there are a number of people who keep raising their hand and doing so energetically. My feeling has always been that I don’t want people to see my name in their inbox and say, ‘this guy is like a bad penny that I can’t get rid of, he asked me to do one thing and I want to permanently unsubscribe from everything’”.
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