When I was a teenager, my social networks were my friends, and the people I interacted with on them were my family.
And while that was fun, it wasn’t what I was looking for.
When I started working at my local nonprofit, I had to put my social network on hold for a while to learn how to manage it properly.
But the lesson was that you don’t need to be in a place to manage your social network—you just need to know how to navigate it and how to set up your apps to let people know what’s happening there.
And with more than 10 million people on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, you can get a pretty good sense of how these social networks work and what they can offer to you.
But before you go out and hire a mentor, you should probably also learn what social networks can do for you.
Here’s what you need to understand before you get started.
When you want to know what social network is best for you, ask yourself the following questions: Is there anything I can do to improve my social life?