Saturday, April 16th, 2011
I’ve been realizing the power of networking lately. It’s magnificent how through human communication we can display and request all sorts of interests. This is ever-so prevalent in college, and Ball State is no exception; I’ve had opportunities to spread my ideas around and not only get people’s feedback but a demand for applying these ideas.
As I highlighted in my last post, I’ve been making music over the past few months under the title YFYLYFY (pronounce it as you like). At first people gave me (mostly) positive feedback, until recently someone told me I was “an answer to their prayers” as they were searching high and low for someone to help them produce a song. It turns out Richard is a part of BSU Late Night TV and this song will be featured in a music video and aired.
It’s times like these that I realize that there’s a really easy way to become busy: going outside and meeting people. It may sound oversimplified, but it’s very true. The more people you know, the better of a chance you have at getting a job, meeting your significant other, or even becoming a Ball State Blogger.
New and exciting opportunities await anyone willing to be only slightly-above -average in their outgoingness. Try it out; it’s well worth it.