The art of networking needs no introduction – you already know just how important it is and if you don’t, you will eventually experience first-hand as to why it’s so vital – but the inner-working of networking does need introduction because not a lot of people know how to do it, for essentially that’s what networking is…introducing yourself and meeting people who could potentially help you.
To get what you want and be successful in this day and age, you need to connect with others, and to do that…you must network!
If the thought of networking makes you queasy, perhaps you just never quite got along with people, didn’t fit in back in school or only cared about being around those at the top of the popularity pole. For the sake of networking, you must put all these aside.
Networking requires you to take a mature acceptance of other people.
In the real world, you must try to get along with everybody. They could be your new friend who introduces you to the right people to jump-start your career, your new boss who offers you a better job opportunity, your new investor who bankrolls your business startup, etc.
You will never know who that one person might be to give you that lucky break, if you’re unable to approach them with open arms to begin with. The issue then becomes how to network effectively.
By taking the “Networking Express,” your destination includes:
– How to get into networking by navigating your professional map of all those contacts you have or can get.
– How to network online with all the tools at your disposal and what you should put up so you can sit back and relax.
– How to network offline with people by working the room with insider strategies and advanced step-by-step.
– How to craft your one-time elevator sales pitch to be used every time to get people excited and interested in you.
– How to follow-up and take all those connections made to a new level of rapport to get what you want.
– Also, personalized hands-on exercises and applications to put everything into action on how to improve networking skills and be a better networker.
…and much more.
It’s no longer a one person’s road to success. We’re all interconnected striving for the same purpose of improving our lives. Let others help you get there and you help them as well by networking.
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