Find someone to eat lunch with


  1. Find a lunch partner.
    Who is someone, perhaps in your social circle, that can commit to a weekly lunch? Also, consider whether you both can mutually benefit from each other’s skills.
  2. Commit to a weekly or bi-weekly lunch.
    The right lunch partner will be someone with whom you can hold a productive conversation in a relaxed way. 
  3. Share your ideas, make plans, or learn something new from your lunch partner.
    You should aim to have a lunch partner who can teach you a new skill. Alternatively, look for someone who can help you connect to investors for your new idea.


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