“B IS FOR” BY ANDY LOPATA (GUEST VIDEO BLOG)

“B IS FOR” BY ANDY LOPATA (GUEST VIDEO BLOG)

Guest Video by Andy Lopata about the A to Z’s of Networking. This video introduces the “B’s” of Networking. Be in the room Build Relationships Benefits Business Cards Boundaries And two more… Please watch this video to learn more about Andy’s tips.

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Tips for Networking Efficiently by Tiffanie Kellog and Matt Wilkerson (Guest Video Blog)

Tips for Networking Efficiently by Tiffanie Kellog and Matt Wilkerson (Guest Video Blog)

In this video, “Networking Efficiently”, Tiffanie Kellog, a trainer with Asentiv and author of 4 1/2 Networking Mistakes, interviews Matt Wilkerson, owner of the Verizon store in Williston, FL about how to network more effectivelyand to conduct your networking more efficiently , both by having focus, as well as working with a partner. Please watch this guest video blog on my YouTube channel:  Ivan Misner: Networking […]

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“A is for” by Andy Lopata (Guest Video Blog)

“A is for” by Andy Lopata (Guest Video Blog)

Guest Video by Andy Lopata about the A to Z’s of Networking. This video introduces the Seven “A’s” of Networking. Asking: People need to know that they can help you Authenticity: Be seen as honest to built trust Attitude: Be positive and confident Attention: Give others your full attention Attendance: One must be present to win And two more… Please watch this video to learn more […]

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Name Tags Tips from Tiffanie Kellog (guest blog)

Name Tags Tips from Tiffanie Kellog (guest blog)

When networking, wearing a name tag is a MUST! However, what you have on your name tag could be hurting you when networking, instead of helping. Join Tiffanie Kellog, author of 4 1/2 Networking Mistakes and consultant for Asentiv, as she discusses what kind of name tag you want to wear when networking.

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guest blog: Follow-up Tips with Tiffanie Kellog

guest blog: Follow-up Tips with Tiffanie Kellog

After networking, you often walk away with a handful of business cards and may be wondering, what is the best way to follow up? In this video, Tiffanie Kellog, author of 4 1/2 Networking Mistakes and consultant for Asentiv, explores the best way to follow up after a networking event. The “Platinum Rule” is a registered trademark of Tony Alessandra. www.TonyAlessandra.com https://youtu.be/tEnx5iCvq0M

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Networking for Millennials, by a Millennial

Networking for Millennials, by a Millennial

This article is from guest blogger and BNI Executive Director Dana Gallagher. For the first time in American history, three generations – Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials – all with different work ethics, values, beliefs and experiences are working side-by side.  One generation stands out from the rest because they have become the largest generation in the workforce.  Who are they?  You guessed it… Millennials! […]

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Keith Ferrazzi: Build Trust by Breaking Bread

Keith Ferrazzi: Build Trust by Breaking Bread

As most of you who read this blog are avid networkers, it’s highly likely you are already familiar with Keith Ferrazzi.  If you aren’t, however, I can tell you that if the dictionary had a photo to accompany the definition of “master networker,” the photo would be of Keith.  He is absolutely the epitome of a master networker, and he has the most diverse group […]

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Susan RoAne’s 3 Tenets of Savvy Networking

Susan RoAne’s 3 Tenets of Savvy Networking

Today, I’m honored to share with you this video from my friend Susan RoAne explaining the three tenets of savvy networking.  Susan has been a good friend of mine for years, and she is one of the few people I know who I can confidently say is the epitome of a born networker.  Known as the Mingling Maven®, she uses her innate charm, grace, humor, […]

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Don’t Be a Networking Nuisance

Don’t Be a Networking Nuisance

Today, I’m excited to share with you a fantastic guest post from my colleague, Founder and CEO of CareerHMO, J.T. O’Donnell.  J.T. is dedicated to helping job seekers from all walks of life to land their dream job and an important aspect of what she coaches them on is networking. In this video, J.T. explains how not to become a networking nuisance and the number […]

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Using Social Media—“Navigating the VCP Process® to Networking” Series

Using Social Media—“Navigating the VCP Process® to Networking” Series

TR Garland (pictured with me in the photo below) is a friend of mine and co-author of one of my most recent #1 best-selling books called “Building The Ultimate Network.”  For some time now, we’ve both observed a need to drill down on one of the most important and foundational concepts to networking – The VCP Process®.  A while ago, we started a much-anticipated 12-part series of […]

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Don’t Make a Mess of Your Message — “Navigating the VCP Process® to Networking” Series

Don’t Make a Mess of Your Message — “Navigating the VCP Process® to Networking” Series

TR Garland (pictured with me in the photo below) is a friend of mine and co-author of one of my most recent #1 best-selling books called Building The Ultimate Network.  For some time now, we’ve both observed a need to drill down on one of the most important and foundational concepts to networking – The VCP Process®.  A while ago, we started a much-anticipated 12-part […]

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Brian Tracy on Eating Frogs & the ABCs of Time Management

Brian Tracy on Eating Frogs & the ABCs of Time Management

I woke up today feeling strongly inclined to share this video featuring my good friend Brian Tracy.  Why?  Well . . . I’m currently in Croatia meeting with my company’s Executive Management Team for a week and “busy” doesn’t even begin to describe how I’m feeling right now.  Just yesterday, one of my employees made a helpful suggestion that saved me a little bit of time […]

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