How to use a rolodex

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Ed Lynskeys Blog: Cracked Rearview Mirror - Does Anybody Use a Rolodex Anymore? - October 09, 2013 11:11

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How to Use a Rolodex

Although I never met David Rockefeller , he certainly would have fit in this category. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that number to be , He was a master networker during his 24 years as the head of Chase Manhattan Bank and 60 years of being involved with the Council on Foreign Relations. In my corporate speeches, I often ask this question: What is one of the most important words in the English language? Write a little bit about that person on the bottom or the back of the card. I now have nearly 20, names in my electronic Rolodex file, a far cry from David Rockefeller , but still crucial to my career.

Setting up a Business Card System

Okay, so I know Rolodex is a really dated term, but I think you still get the idea of the post! Since I interact with a large number of people in my day-to-day work, it is really crucial for me to set up my contacts list on my phone in a way that will help me remember everyone in a professional way!, Since a CRM system has so many capabilities, it should be used as more than just a Rolodex.

Many professional entrepreneurs rely on a business card organizer to keep information on their clients or vendors up to date. Business card management allows a business owner or manager to keep important contact information close at hand at all times. Different methods of organization often require different tools for this purpose. The development of electronic systems allow business owners to choose either modernized rolodex filing of physical cards or scanning and creating digital contact databases. Some systems even combine the two for maximum flexibility. Clutter is often an entrepreneur's worst enemy. Lost business cards can result in lost connections and relationships, and may ultimately result in missed opportunities for your small business.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Claribel S. says:

    Rolodexes, which is a popular brand of rotary card files used to organize contact information, may seems like an office relic in the age of smart.

  2. Marcel E. says:

    Rolodexes, which is a popular brand of rotary card files used to organize contact information, may seems like an office relic in the age of smart phones.

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  4. Arlen A. says:

    I would prefer a rotary metal Rolodex the metal ones with a knob you twist around to the card you need.

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