People do n’t always eat it
If even the American management community believes that it is reasonable to spend so much time and interests in interpersonal relationships, then in the field of China’s workplace, the proportion of time and intensity of maintaining connections is much more than that.
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The details in this crosstalk sketch are not exaggerated in reality.
A Shanghai businessman said that he basically had little money in the first ten years, and all the money he earned was used to make friends, that is, he has only become wealthy in recent years.
In his so-called making friends, in addition to eating or partying with friends, he also did not show up and sent his men to buy a bill.
Now that some of his investment contacts have risen to the level, he can make a lot of money.
There are also connections that don’t require people to pay for them.
A filmmaker mentioned to me the relationship with a few people who were equally poor and passionate: drinking beer in the stall while discussing development and opportunities together.
Today, some of the power figures of the state-run cultural institutions have set up their own film and television production companies, and others have done real estate.
When we get together and drink, it becomes a film industry chain, with investors, licensees and distributors, and producers all available.
In the process of forming and cultivating contacts, eating and drinking are mostly just a stepping stone, similar to a blind date for a marriage partner.
The chemical reaction between the two parties is not the same, the conversation must be speculative, and the relaxation is not the most important thing.
Once tacit understanding is established, it really doesn’t matter if you eat or not.
The first and second meals are not appetizing, so eating more is nothing.
For the old rivers and lakes who are used to recognizing people at the dinner table, it takes a long time to get to know a person.
The basic impression is probably conclusive before the hot dishes come up. The character problem must be indicated by various specific events and behaviors in the long-term future.