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Founder and chairman of BNI
Your distractions are keeping you from being alert, attentive and focused and can hamper your post-event follow up not to mention your day to day activities.
Sometimes, you find yourself in an uncomfortable situation where someone doesn't want to network.
I was inspired to get more involved in the world at large. You should do the same.
You may know a lot of people, but probably not well. Learn about your contacts and new opportunities may spring up.
Ask yourself, if you had to spend eternity with everyone you accepted, whom would you choose?
Whether it's a senior moment or entrepreneur brain, it happens to us all. Here's what to do.
Always remember that the buyer is looking for the best solution, delivered in an effective and pleasurable manner.
Success takes self-confidence, and that is boosted by the support of a mentor.
Motivation comes from within you, not from outside you. No one can motivate you but yourself. Here's how to best do it.
We eat 780 times a year during the workweek. Devoting some of that time to networking can help build your circle...and your business.
Sponsoring an event can pay off in spades or it can be a total waste of money. Here are a few questions to ask before choosing to sponsor an event.
Building deep referral relationships is almost completely dependent upon the social capital you have built with someone.
In order to be a master networker, you have to maintain a positive attitude, no matter what the circumstance.
Sometimes there's simply power in numbers. Combining forces with competitors could be a significant way to grow your business. Here's how.
Asking for referrals from someone you just met is a rookie networker's mistake. Invest in a relationship before you take a withdrawal.