Normally I look for interesting, dynamic projects like @doingthe92, great wines and olive oils, designer jewellery, and Flakacruising networking and sheer blissful holidays to share with my business friends.
Yesterday, it was I who was invited to join a gorgeous couple, Rhianne Griffiths and Mike Briercliffe for a night in Swansea Jazzland with Simon Spillet and Danny Moss Junior Quartet.
“Simon Spillett is well known to Jazzland audiences with his fierce, fast blowing Tubby Hayes style of saxophone. We are delighted that he will be joined by Danny Moss Jnr on double bass, an unashamed disciple of the great Ray Brown”. Now, I am not a huge jazz lover preferring Opera, Blues, Mowtown and Dance music. But my feet sure did start tapping to the liveliest of jazz musicians play their heart and lungs out.
Listen to this?. Danny Moss Snr and Danny Moss Jnr together.
Attending networking invites can lose it’s attractiveness after awhile. Sharing a common interest ie. a love of animals, art, travel, music, literature or a sporting charity can create that missing ingredient. Networking with people with common interests can move that business relationship forward. I never thought I’d be sitting listening to a group of passionate jazz players. So I guess you could call that an example of a win/win networking situation.
What invite has taken you ‘out of your comfort zone?’.
Thank you Rhianne and Mike.
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