Patience, Persistence, and Publicity

When you’re trying to diagnose and solve a networking problem, these are three qualities that you need.

Be patient – with yourself, and with others. Accept the fact that you don’t know what’s going on, and move ahead.

Be persistent – with yourself, and with others. If one diagnostic procedure doesn’t tell you anything useful, try another. If one solution doesn’t produce the results you hope for, look somewhere else for another. Ask questions – of yourself, and of others.

Provide, and seek, publicity. Let others know what works – and what doesn’t. Use the Internet for what it is – a gigantic reservoir of knowledge. But be selective in where you seek advice.

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