Who’s in Your Room: The Secret to Creating Your Best Life
Authors: Ivan Misner, Stewart Emery, Rick Sapio
Are you living your best life? Do you ever feel overwhelmed or inefficient? Are you happy with the people you surround yourself with? Are you having trouble achieving some of your life goals? If you said yes to any of these questions, don’t worry–there’s hope. You see, the quality of your life depends on the people in your life. The simple and powerful ideas in this book can change your life forever.
Who’s in Your Room? introduces you to the concept of your life being like a room–a room where anyone who enters affects your life . . . forever. Although this concept may sound frightening, this book gives you the tools and exercises you need to take control of your room and live the life you desire.
This book brings in experts to describe how people leave you with memories that cannot be erased but can be managed. You manage them by determining what’s really important to you, and then you can determine how to spend your time and whom you should be spending it with. Stop living according to everyone else’s rules. Shape your life by taking control of your room. Live your life by your design!
Networking Like a Pro: Turning Contacts into Connections – Second Edition
Author: Ivan Misner, Ph.D., David Alexander, and Brian Hilliard
Master the Art of Networking!
Networking expert and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Ivan Misner along with David Alexander, and Brian Hilliard reveal key networking techniques to help you grow your business. Learn how to reach quality prospects, leverage your contacts, motivate ongoing referrals, track your success, and so much more!
The 29% Solution: 52 Weekly Networking Success Strategies
Author: Ivan Misner and Michelle R. Donovan
This guide to networking by Misner, the Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of BNI, is an invaluable roadmap for businesspeople seeking to develop or fine-tune a necessary and often overlooked skill. Misner and Donovan’s title stems from a study that spawned the six degrees of separation theory, which actually revealed that only 29% of the population is connected to this extent.
Healing Begins in the Kitchen: Get Well and Stay There with the Misner Plan
By Ivan Misner PhD , Beth Misner , Eddie Esposito , Miguel Espinoza MD (Contributor)
Healing Begins in the Kitchen shares the remarkable story of the Misners and how Ivan went into remission from cancer just nine months after his diagnosis. Ivan was a hard-core western medicine guy who discovered that nutrition and lifestyle changes could get the body’s immune system to start healing without chemo, radiation, or surgery. The exceptional book is divided into four sections covering the Misners’ dramatic healing journey and providing a wealth of easy-to-understand tips and resources. It not only shares personal experiences, struggles, and successes, but also provides a substantial quantity of delicious recipes from Beth and professional chef Eddie, who crafted a menu to fit a restricted diet. In the vein of Dr. Mark Hyman’s The Blood Sugar Solution and T. Colin Campbell’s Forks Over Knives, this book teaches you the importance of your own body’s immune system and how to build it up so that it can do what it is meant to do: keep you healthy. The Misner Plan has helped many people with various types of cancer, type 2 diabetes, inflammatory diseases, and cognitive issues (always with doctor supervision). By applying these simple yet effective principles, you’ll be well on your way to living a long, healthy, and productive life.
Avoiding the Networking Disconnect: The Three Rs to Reconnect
Author: Dr. Ivan Misner & Brennan Scanlon
Have you ever been “sold to” while attending networking meetings? If so, this is called the networking disconnect. Every time one person tries to sell another person without forming a relationship, this is like a new circle, or connection, that will never be. But what if there was a way to actually develop these relationships and have them go full circle – a way to ensure that relationships foster referrals, which then produce results? In Avoiding the Networking Disconnect, there are three Rs of networking: relationships, referrals, and results. Check out this easy-to-use guide now!
Room Full of Referrals
Author: Dr. Tony Alessandra, Dr. Ivan Misner & Dawn Lyons
Master the Art of Networking!
…”and how to network for them!” Can you imagine the day you walk into a room full of people and know exactly how to gain referrals for your business? You understand what conversation to start and with whom, how to develop beneficial relationships, the specific ways to motivate individuals, and even how to speak their language. And you can do all of this in 90 seconds or less! This book will create a new mindset in the business networking world. You are not walking into a room full of people when you go to networking events; you are walking into a Room Full of Referrals®. The real question is – do you know HOW to network for those referrals? “There is one major obstacle to overcome at networking functions – you!” “Your Behavioral Style IS affecting your referability!” “Are you treating others the way that they want to be treated.
Business Networking and Sex: Not What You Think
Author: Ivan Misner, Ph.D., Hazel M. Walker, Frank J. De Raffele
HE SAYS, SHE SAYS: “How Can We Do Business?”
It’s no surprise that communicating with the opposite sex can be tricky. Hidden in the glitches are often misleading assumptions about each gender that beg for help. Finally, help is here.
Learn the secrets to accurately reading between the gender lines, and uncover a new edge for your business—the power to effectively talk business and successfully network with the opposite sex.
Masters of Sales
Authors: Ivan R. Misner and Don Morgan
For the first time, more than 70 of the most successful salespeople in the world have come together to reveal their secrets to success. You’ll learn what makes these outstanding sellers true masters of their craft—and how you can adapt the masters’ tactics for your own.
Masters of Success
Authors: Ivan R. Misner and Don Morgan
Who has not admired the titans of sport, entertainment, commerce and public service and been inspired to set course by those stars? What youth has not dreamed of becoming rich and famous? What restless fast-food manager has not dreamed of being the boss of a nationwide restaurant chain? What hard-working employee has not dreamed of running his own company? Perhaps more important, what can they, and we, learn about achieving success from successful people? This is the magic of Masters of Success.
Worlds Best Known Marketing Secret
Author: Ivan R. Misner
We all know that word-of-mouth can turn a company, product, or service into a roaring success or a crashing failure. Now this long-needed book shows you how to grow your business in the toughest of times with the oldest, best, and most cost-effective marketing method in the world.
Business by Referral
Author: Ivan R. Misner and Robert Davis
Would you like to create a powerful network of business relationships that work for you, take advantage of 15 things others can do to boost your business to the next level, motivate friends, associates, and colleagues to send you referrals and use 18 tactics that will increase your visibility, credibility, and profitability? This book will teach you how to create your own 5-step program for turning referrals into customers, clients or patients. Reward business associates who send you referrals. And, write a comprehensive business plan for your referral marketing program.
Masters of Networking
Authors: Ivan R. Misner & Don Morgan
Masters of networking know that givers gain-that creating, maintaining, and serving a wide network leads to great business and personal rewards. Generating leads and referrals, building healthy relationships, and delivering value over the long-term are at the heart of networking. Packed with valuable insights and personal examples from many of today’s top networkers.
Truth or Delusion?
Authors: Ivan R. Misner, Mike Macedonio and Mike Garrison
The business world is full of ideas and assumptions about networking. But what is true, and what is just a delusion? The best way to ensure referral success is to follow the Golden Rule: treat your referral source the way you want to be treated. It’s not what you know, but who you know. To be good at referral marketing you have to be a real “people person.” Where technology has taken away the personal touch, Truth or Delusion? will put it back to the benefit of you and your business.
It’s in the Cards
Authors: Ivan R. Misner, Candace Bailly and Dan Georgevich
When you hand someone your business card, you’re setting in motion a chain of contacts that can become a new branch of your network. That’s why you want your card to be attention getting, pleasing, informative, and memorable – so people will look at it, comment on it, pass it around, and keep it handy. And the next time someone needs your products or services, they’ll remember you.