In his best-selling book The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell describes Connectors as: people who link us up with the world, who bridge Omaha and Sharon, who introduce us to our social circles — these people on whom we rely more heavily than we realize are Connectors, people with a very special gift of bringing people together.

Your connector opens doors for you, whether to other people or to information. Sure, you may have a network, but you’ll be limited by who you know, your experience, and how long you’ve been at it without a connector on board. Connectors have connections.

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