News and Articles About Introductions
A sudden introduction to a new person would seem simple enough, but most of us have neither thought it through nor gotten it down pat. Here's how.
LinkedIn's messaging feature allows others to get to know you first, on their own terms, which is preferable to pretty much everyone.
Think of networking as meeting new people so you can figure out how to be be helpful, instead of the other way around.
The first impression is everything -- even via email. Here are tips to get it right.
Have your opening line ready and find something useful to do. You're good to go.
The busier you get, the less time you have to spend on unproductive meetings because, well, you're busy working on revenue-generating activities.
Ready To Launch
If you want to give in front of an investor to pitch your company, you better do some legwork first.
When you make it clear how you can help, people remember that.
Networking can be enjoyable but that's not why anybody does it. Have a plan for meeting the people you can help, and vice versa.
Ready To Launch
This style of message makes it simple for your connection to introduce you to that potential client or investor.
Grow Your Business
Personal goals and hectic schedules tend to consume every waking minute of the day. By doing good by others really pays off.
That short description of what you do can put you at a competitive disadvantage. Here's a better approach.
Startup founders in particular will find all of some of this advice useful.
You want to be the Networking Prince or Princess, not the frog. Here's how to make that happen.