Category Archive: Networking

Flying Can Lead To More Clients
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How do you find your clients if you don't live anywhere near networking events? Perhaps you are dutifully heading out to local networking events and your ideal clients just aren’t there. And when you do meet a client, it is few and far between. Monica Shah provides solutions if you are struggling with this problem.

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Smart Networking for Moonlighting Entrepreneurs
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If you’re an entrepreneur who also has a day job and is building your side business on your lunch hour, nights and weekends then you’re a Moonlighting Entrepreneur. What you need to know about your situation is that everything about you is different, especially the time you have to build and market your growing business. As a Moonlighting Entrepreneur you’re already challenged by how much time you have to work on your business every day. Jeannie Spiro shares creative ways of network marketing so it won’t be nearly as challenging.

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Are You Ready To Have Networking Work For You?
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Many people complain that networking is a waste of time, but there is simply nothing that compares to going out and meeting people in person. And there is no amount of Internet marketing or social media that can and ever will replace it. Monica Shah shares three grave mistakes you could be making if you are finding that networking isn’t working for you.

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How to Optimize the Best/Test When Making Connections
Laureen Wishom - The Growth * Success * Acceleration Expert

When you meet someone for the first time at a networking event, there are types of informational components that must be exchanged in order to start building a relationship and initiating the ‘know, life and trust’ factor. Dr. Laureen Wishom shares her tips on making connections.

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Create a Conversational Elevator Speech for Holiday Socializing
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of Boldheart.com (Previously ClientAttraction.com)

Your elevator speech is the way you succinctly explain what you do for people you meet at networking events. Let’s say you’re at a holiday party. You are mingling with people you don’t know, enjoying appetizers and drinks. That’s not the right time to start with your regular elevator speech created for networking – it’s way too business-like. Fabienne Fredrickson explains how to create a conversational elevator speech for holiday socializing.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Top Reasons to Attend an Event
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Shannon Cherry provides great reasons why live events are good for you as a business owner.

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Easy Ways to Network at Events
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Attending events can change the course of your business almost overnight. Kendall SummerHawk shares her 5 favorite tips on how to confidently, authentically and ethically take advantage of your opportunities to grow your business.

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You Gotta Go to Grow
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You have to get out from behind your computer and be willing to jump into the environment where the information, the people and the opportunities are present in abundance. Kendall will share with you 3 simple tips to help you get out of hiding, get some much-needed visibility and build your business by attending live events.

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3 Strategies to Attract Referrals from Your Networking Contacts
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of Boldheart.com (Previously ClientAttraction.com)

Some people get frustrated trying to fill their practice by networking. They are expecting faster results from networking. Fabienne will explain how to make the most of the process and set your expectations. Networking is a lot like dating and one of the best ways to attract clients.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

To Attend or Not to Attend — 3 Keys to Determine the Right Event for You
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

In case you haven’t been paying attention, there are more events out there then you can shake a stick at. And every time you turn around, even more events pop up. For the most part, I’m glad there are so many events because there are many good reasons to attend them. The networking, the learning, the “getting out of your rut and exploring new ideas” and more. But the problem is, how do you decide which events are worth you spending your hard-earned money (not to mention your time) attending and which are the ones you should skip?

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

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