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Aija Rhodes

Aija is the founder of BossChix Network, a women’s empowerment and lifestyle blog that celebrates women’s professional achievements, community involvement, and family life. BossChix Network also empowers women to overcome challenges and achieve their goals, BossChix Network serves as an outlet for women to connect and collaborate with others who seek to climb the corporate ladder, land roles that prepare them for senior leadership, and live authentically. Aija is a management consultant for a Big Four consultancy firm. She is a certified Project Management Professional and has fourteen years of program and project management experience assisting clients in conquering an array of business challenges. Most recently, she led a team that designed an IT security program and portfolio management processes for a global healthcare company. When she isn’t blogging or working with clients, Aija can be found enjoying the restaurants and museums of her hometown, Washington, D.C.

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Alicia Nicole

I don’t really have any contacts yet as I’m pretty new to blogging. But I think I’ll keep this in mind for the future 🙂


I do this all of the time. I’m always introducing people. It’s fun.

G&D Blog

This is cool! We would to make connections since we’re new here in blogging world. I hope this is open for LGBT like us. 🙂


I definitely like to be the connector and match people up; however, I don’t always take the initiative to do this. I just wait for a situation to present itself.


The more you know the more you grow! That is my motto and it works great!

blair villanueva

Sharing contacts to reliable person that would bring you more contacts,and not sharing it like its a free donut 🙂 Its the rule of business. 🙂


This is good advice! I know a lot of people do this when they are trying to network. I haven’t had the need to do this yet but I will keep it in mind. Thanks for sharing!

David Elliott

I know I am new to the world of blogging and everything. How would you go about sharing your contacts and what would this include?


This sounds like an awesome idea. It’s always important to stay connected.

Tasheena @

This sounds like a really great challenge to participate in for the month of March.

Joely Smith

Great idea behind this! Networking is truly where it is at! I have met a lot of great people this way!


This is actually a great idea. I was trying the “Talk to 2 a day for 30 days”. So far, so good.

Manavi Siddhanti

Nice challenge: I have a post coming up on sharing contacts and helping each other out too.

Saidah Washington

Great challenge. I share contact with a small mastermind group I run. It’s been a great idea.


I love connecting people, I make an effort to try and connect people who will benefit from knowing each other as well. Your right business is about relationships and connecting!


Fab idea to create a challenge – there is so much associated with brand and business building it can be really, really hard to keep on top of it all and make sure you’re doing everything ‘right’! Xx

Amber Myers

I love this! What a great idea. I also am a huge fan of this network name. Women rock!

Quirky Engineer

This is such a good idea. I think sometimes people forget that its extremely important to connect with others. I know everyone is competing but its also important to be a facilitator. love the post!