Would you like to know how to double your results this year over last year? Small, targeted improvements in a few key areas can make all the difference. Here is how.
Where does networking fit into your marketing plan? Take a look.
Networking involves mining relationships, sharing resources, and working together. Here's an easy shortcut to your success.
Once you have determined the ideal customer, it is time to build a team.
Now that you have begun assembling a winning team, it is time to start working together as a unit. Here are two easy ways to get that going.
How do you take your relationships wider and deeper? Here are some first steps to consider.
Consider ten essential skills for successful word-of-mouth marketing.
If you have ever felt that the time spent networking was wasted I submit that it is not the activity itself with the problem. Try this instead.
Comfort zone? Expand your contacts to provide better access for customers to services they may need as well as to reach into new markets.
Relationships are strengthened as a function of frequency and recency. What does that mean?
One of the closest networks you will ever have is your family. hey know your strengths and weaknesses—maybe better than you do. Consider this.
Thoreau noted, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation." One way to break that cycle is to expand your network.
This week we will venture beyond the confines of our neighborhoods and start to network with the world at large.
The best way to attract the type of people you want to meet is by becoming one yourself.
All of our relationships exist in an environment that is partially of our making and partially not.
In networking there are three types of people. Those who wait and watch for things to happen, those who make things happen
, and those who wonder what happened.
“When you want to win a game, you have to teach
. When you lose a game, you have to learn.” ~~ Tom Landry