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The 3 Bones of Networking for Student Success | Isaac Serwanga | TEDxCSUS

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Networking is an art best taught early! Mr. Serwanga puts forth his theory on networking for success and breaks down networking at the student level to 3 main points or bones: the Wishbone (State what you want!), the Jawbone (Ask with competency and humility!), and the Backbone (Persist, persist, persist!). A best-selling author, speaker, educational consultant and self-proclaimed “World’s Greatest Uncle”, Isaac Serwanga is an advocate for the personal and professional development of young people ranging from middle school students to college graduates. Isaac graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Sociology in 2013, where he also worked as the co-creator of Profound Ivy, a career mentorship program for Princeton University students which has served as the springboard for his newly released book How to Network in College. Isaac has taken the reins on his passion to teach and to speak by traveling all throughout California and beyond, delivering motivational speeches along with informative workshops under the name Inform & Inspire, his own non-profit organization. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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