Fletch wrote:One more thing to add - have a good attitude. That will carry you a long way in finding partners. Even if you find yourself over your head on occasion (and we all do), laughing about it, being a supportive and thoughtful team member, and to be willing to admit a mistake are all qualities that will have you asked back more often than being a jerk with a big resume...
And once you make the move from beginner to intermediate, don't turn your nose up at helping folks that are still in the beginner phase. We were all noobs at one time and it gives you perspective and humility when you don't forget where you (and everyone else) came from.
But from the tone in your post, sounds like you are on your way to finding many partners... it's a filtering process too... takes time!
And if you are around Jun 6-10, I'll be on Hood (and a few others) and would be happy to help out... good luck.
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