Networking is an essential skill for any EMS Professional that wants to advance their career with a promotion, new job, returning to school or other training opportunity. Even with the proliferation of “Social Networking” face-to-face networking is still essential – if not more important than ever.
I wrote this ebook several years ago, but realized recently many of my new readers didn’t have a chance to download it when it was last released.
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Feedback from readers at the time initial release
“I read your e-book with enthusiasm! It emphasizes how important it is to develop good social relationships with key people who can help you to get started or advance your career. It’s nicely written and easy to follow. A “must read” for the aspiring EMS professional! Thanks for sharing it with me.” Michael D. Curtis, MD, FACEP, EMS Medical Director
I am thrilled about the reaction I am already receiving from EMS Professionals that have read The 4 Most Important People for Your Professional Network.
“I love the content. It is today. It is real and it will come in useful to newcomers to the field.”
Thaddeus Setla, NREMT-P, Professional Filmmaker
“It was excellent. I very much enjoyed it, particularly because it made me aware of a few areas that I am lacking in and need to correct.”
April Saling, EMT-B, http://www.pinkwarmdry.com
“Overall, I thought the document was very well written and composed. I feel that you covered the topic well. Even a six year veteran picked up two specific tips from it.”
Josh Creamer, Lieutenant
“I like this ebook. It is very concise and written in a no-nonsense approach that I think will easily resonate with EMS providers as genuine.”
Bill Kimball, EMT-P
“The ebook is a great concept and clearly articulates a few simple actions that will not only serve anyone well in EMS, but can be applied to virtually any career path! It is “straight talk” like this that helps both those new to EMS and those with a bit of experience along a journey to becoming a true EMS professional. A great resource.”
Doug Gadomski, BS, EMT-P
Education and Staff Development Specialist
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center/Hospitals