Networking is one of the best ways to make contacts and connections for important career moves, yet there are different ways in which this can take place -- this is where 'sweatworking' comes in. Today individuals are as concerned about their health as they are about having a successful career and sweatworking is the ability to balance between the two in a meaningful way.
Sweatworking is even becoming more structured thanks to programs set up by fitness studios, businesses and individuals. Fast Company writes, "Whether the goal is to land a new job, try out a new workout, or build rapport with a new business partner, exercise can serve as a great equalizer. 'There's no corporate armor on anymore,' [Toronto-based productivity consultant and professional organizer Clare Kumar] says. 'You're in a more vulnerable place. Relationships can grow in a different way.'"