Five In Office Changes to Boost Employee Health and Productivity

Five In Office Changes to Boost Employee Health and Productivity

Ivan Misner shares how diet and eating habits can boost your employees’ productivity. 1) Install a water filtration system 2) Encourage a body detox system 3) Serve healthy alternatives at luncheons and office celebrations. 4) Start a walking club 5) Keep morale high Make your employees day better by encouraging a healthy lifestyle. For more information, please visit http://misnerplan.com/

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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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How To Deal With Your Competitors

How To Deal With Your Competitors

“The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the time.” – Henry Ford

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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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Hold that Door! Ivan’s 5 Rules for an Elevator Pitch

Hold that Door! Ivan’s 5 Rules for an Elevator Pitch

I used to hate the expression: “Elevator Pitch” − it just drove me crazy. But everybody is using it all over the world, so I now give up − I’m going to go with it! The expression developed from the idea of literally being in an elevator with only one minute or less to say who you are and what you do. What would you […]

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Is Your Behavior Alienating?

Is Your Behavior Alienating?

This video is on my Networking for Success YouTube Channel, hosted by Entrepreneur.com. Behavior is key when networking-it makes or breaks the connections, and ultimately, the relationships you build. I’ve spoken before about the differences between approachable or alienating behavior, but I want to take a deeper look into what qualifies behavior as alienating. You may watch this video and suddenly realize that the little nuances […]

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Remembering Names

Remembering Names

When networking, it’s important to remember the basics of interpersonal communication–making eye contact, listening more than you speak, and of course, actually remembering people’s names. Yeah, I’d say remembering someone’s name is high up in the list of mannerisms that will impress others in networking. It shows you pay attention to detail, you listen well and are interested in the person, not just their business. […]

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Your Business is Not an Ugly Baby

Your Business is Not an Ugly Baby

When was the last time you heard someone say, “Wow, your baby sure is ugly!” If they’re smart, probably never. How about this one? “You’re clothing, marketing message and overall business image are not referable?” Ouch. We occasionally think this about people we meet, but will rarely say it out loud. Which is why you are responsible for making sure your business, your “baby,” is […]

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Lifelong Learning: Lessons in Leadership

Lifelong Learning: Lessons in Leadership

  As many of you know, I was given the fantastic opportunity to spend a few days with John Maxwell at his Leadership Conference in Orlando Florida last week. (You can read my initial reaction to winning the Leadership award here.) John shared a story that I thought was a great networking lesson, and it’s something I want to share with all of you. He began […]

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The TRUE Definition of Networking

The TRUE Definition of Networking

What is the true definition of business networking? I’m going to give it to you straight. Networking is the process of developing and activating your relationships to increase your business, enhance your knowledge and expand your sphere of influence. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Notice that the key word here is relationships. Successful networking of any kind starts with the genuine desire to build relationships for […]

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It’s actually NOT about who you know

It’s actually NOT about who you know

When it comes to networking, the old adage goes, “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” We’ve all heard it and we’ve probably all said it. But I’m here to tell you it’s NOT about who or what you know, but about how well you know each other! Networking can become a shallow game if you treat relationships like chess pieces, using them […]

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Why Steve Farber Believes in Love (in Business)

Why Steve Farber Believes in Love (in Business)

The notion of love is too touchy-feely for many of us, especially when it comes to business. But my friend and fellow Transformational Leadership Council Member, Steve Farber, doesn’t think so. Steve is one of the most renowned leadership speakers in the industry. When we were in Napa Valley together last week, he talked to me about making love a part of your every day mantra […]

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