Are you a lazy event networker? Could your event networking use a kick in the kiester?
The most successful event networkers take the time to do one thing that most people don’t (that’s why they’re so successful).
They use the powerful strategy or Personalized Event Networking.
It’s simple! It’s easy! It will produce results for you!READ MORE >
Hopefully, you have already realized that a great Referral Partner can be worth a lot more to your business then any one client.
My question for you is this… “Do you have a clearly laid out plan – and are you working that plan – to meet great Referral Partners on a regular basis?
It is my belief that hardly a week should go by without some activity to meet new Referral Partners and/or strengthen current Referral Partners.
This blog post provides you with a 10-strategy checklist for referral productive Referral Partnerships.
To get your checklist for productive Referral Partnerships, keep reading…READ MORE >
When I tell people that I hate going to networking events, I usually hear, “What? The Referral Coach doesn’t like networking? Isn’t that blasphemy or something?”
Well… I didn’t say I hated “networking.” I truly enjoy forming relationships with lots of people in an effort to bring value to them and vice versa.
I just don’t like the event part of it. Talking to strangers and all that. I’m actually kind of shy at those things.
For the 10 things I do to produce results at networking events… READ ON!READ MORE >
Have you ever been part of a networking group where all the referrals seem to go to the gift basket lady, the printer, and the handyman who get all the referrals?
No surprise there. It’s a much easier referral to give.
In one week, I had 3 conversations with 3 financial professionals who were members of a formal networking group, but not having great results getting referrals.
What’s that all about? After all, every member is supposed to provide referrals to the other members.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 >