I have been blessed to have gained many friends from networking. Several of those friends I developed relationships with due to meeting them from attending my own networking events. Recently those friends went above and beyond and helped me on a personal project. They provided their time and made what could have been a stressful and overwhelming project fun and much easier. Therefore, I want to publicly acknowledge them and their businesses here. You can feel comfortable using any of their services as they are professional and very caring and good people.
Debbie Mosel is the owner of Candy Buffet. If you have a sweet sixteen, wedding, shower or other event that you would like to have a beautiful candy display as well as satisfy your guests' sweet tooth, check out www.candybuffet.net. She just celebrated her one year anniversary with our group. She has always been generous with me as well as the group. She always has candy for our participants around a holiday which goes over big as we all seem to love candy.
While acknowledging Debbie, I should mention Jim Giblin, a business coach in Wayne with Entrepreneur Source , here who originally referred Debbie to our group.
Christian Collazo is the owner of Complete Home Renovations. If you need kitchen, bathroom or basement renovations, for example, Chris comes highly recommended from those in our network who have used him. He can be reached at 973-713-3148. He is a long-time networker so don't hesitate to network with him.
Andrea Keeley of Mom Friendly Publications (www.momfriendly.com) not only has unique and useful journals for both personal and business needs and gifts. I know she provides these journals often to our business owners, realtors and financial planners for their clients, but has a passion for getting the medical journals into cancer hospitals as well as to the new mothers.
Andrea has also been wonderful inviting guests to Tuesday night. She was a guest of Denise Dotoli, www.tlcrestoration.com, and I'll always be grateful to Denise for the introduction. Everyone benefits from meeting new guests.
Carl Worner, Executive Producer and Host of What's it Called Radio, can be heard every other Monday night the same weeks as our regular Tuesday meeting at Paris on www.homegrownradionj.org from 7 to 9:30 PM.
Thank you all for being part of my network, for being my friend and for going above and beyond helping me complete this project. I couldn't have done it without you and you certainly made it more fun!
Relationships take time to build but nothing happens until that first introduction!