Talks loudly and quickly. Talks more than they listen. Always in a hurry. Spends more time networking than working on their craft. Gregarious and highly extroverted. Prefers quantity over quality. Wears a suit. A schmoozer. Always flattering. In it for the money. On top of the world.
Those weren’t the only traits of a successful person. Those were just a few stereotypes.
And you don’t need to fit any of the stereotypes to be successful.
Get better at your craft. The better you are at your craft, the more likely it is that the network will find you and your work.
You don’t need to be big to dream big.