Business Golf Rule # 2

2 – Who to invite

Playing golf is 6 hours out of a busy day that can either be an afternoon off or an opportunity to create a solid business relationship. The key to the latter is inviting the right people. Having four players is a better use of time than two. Inviting clients, prospects, business sources, existing and perspective employees, vendors and community leaders can provide a nonthreatening atmosphere where personal and business relationships can be created. It takes effort and an organized initiative in order to make Golf an effective use of valuable time.

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