Guerrilla Networking: A Proven Battle Plan to Attract the Very People You Want to Meet
Jay and Monroe have flipped the typical networking mentality on its headbut theyve landed right side upand so can you, if you read this book. Youre in for a wild ride.Michael Port, author of Book Yourself Solid
An incredibly simple, and yet, original concept. The idea behind guerrilla networking makes perfect and logical sense. I recommend this book to all members of my networking organization.Dr. Ivan=2 0Misner, founder of BNI and NY Times bestselling author of Masters of Networking
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Mission accomplished, right? Yep! You met people. All day. Congratulations! You shook their hands. Looked into their eyes. Told them how pleased you were to meet them. And meet them you did. But you really have no idea who they are.
She feels accomplished. She feels like she actually should be proud of herself. She thinks she 'made connections' and 'networked like a pro'. What she doesn't know, though, is what hurts her. If she actually sat down and thought about ...
If we want to become successful, the traditional definition of networking just doesn't accomplish what is needed in this competitive world we live in. It's now time to discuss the idea of guerrilla networking in far more detail.
The beauty of this approach is that by doing (b), you inevitably end up accomplishing (a). Think about that for a moment. By becoming a network hub yourself, you are going to naturally entice other network hubs to want to meet you.
For some reason, if you have a book published with your name on the front cover as the author... it means you are accomplished; somebody of importance—it means you have something to say; that you are the expert; that you are on ...
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