Whether you’re just starting out in the world of networking or you’re a well seasoned networker, there’s one thing you should never go to a networking function without . . . strategy. In order to be a successful networker, you need to have a plan. For example, you need to know who your target market is and which networking events will offer the best opportunities to effectively connect with your target market.
So, how do you create a plan when you’re a time-strapped businessperson and you don’t even know where to begin? Well, you’re in luck–it’s a lot simpler than you think because the starting point is right in front of you. All you need to do is take three minutes to watch this quick video and I’ll pinpoint the three questions you need to ask yourself in order to develop a highly effective networking strategy specifically tailored for you and your business.
Networking works. It’s just a matter of crafting a plan that will put you in contact with the right people. Once you ask yourself the questions in this video and nail down the answers, you’ll be well on your way to networking smarter for maximum results.
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