Here’s an idea who’s time has come and a great New Year’s resolution all rolled into one: Sweatworking. All the rage in Manhattan, business professionals are skipping drinks and meals with clients and contacts and instead inviting them to spin class. It can be a terrific way to get on someone’s calendar when they’re booked to the max, and since a lot of us are looking for that cardio boost anyway, why not use spin as an opportunity to connect in a different environment? When you’re pushing through that last steep climb and dripping sweat, you’re going to be relating with your business contacts in a whole new way.
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