Month: February 2016
“Hiding behind technology? What does Bill mean by that?” Email, texting, and LinkedIn are great tools to assist us in gaining introductions. I love those electronic handshakes, don’t you?
BUT as good as these tools can be in turning someone’s willingness to refer into an actionable introduction, I keep seeing so many professionals using these tools in ways that reduce their effectiveness.
I wonder. Are you making these same mistakes?READ MORE >
What would it mean for your business if you could turn networking from something you hate to do into something you love to do – and you get really good at?
It would mean you’d be meeting more new prospects and centers of influence for your business. If you need to see more people to grow your business, then Networking Champions could be your solution.
Check out this guest article by Steve Perlman, LUTCF.READ MORE >
I think you’re going to like this article I just read on Horsesmouth. Using the research and writings of Robert Cialdini, Dan Richards shows how the use of just one word might make a huge difference in how you qualify prospects and increase your ability to set appointments and covert prospects into new clients. Follow this link to the entire article:READ MORE >
Have you noticed that some of your clients (especially the younger ones and physicians/surgeons) introduce you to their friends and colleagues by sending them a text message?
There are 2 specific steps you want to take to make sure you create a solid connection with this new prospect – so they take your call and, ultimately, schedule an appointment.READ MORE >
You may be great at the work you do and you may have great relationships with most of your clients. And you may be making two critical mistakes that are keeping your clients from introducing you to others.
Mistake #1 – See how busy I am.
Mistake #2 – See how successful I am.READ MORE >