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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... a real cool cat, and someone I definitely look forward to meeting! Jay. Levinson. Because Monroe did the tough parts of creating this book, I can understand why his acknowledgements were overflowing with gratitude to a host of ...
BECOME 'COOL'. 53 13. BECOME NOTEWORTHY. 55 14. DO SOMETHING RADICAL. 57 15. BECOME THE GO-BETWEEN. 59 16. RISK FAILURE. 61 17. SEND OFF AN EMAIL. 63 18. BE CREATIVE. 65 19. WRITE A SPICYLETTER TO THE EDITOR. 67 20.
While your boring competition—who no one wants to meet— is out there desperately trying to meet people day after day, you, on the other hand, are actively putting your efforts into becoming as cool as humanly possible.
You should be receiving emails, phone calls, and letters from those who think you (and your company) are so cool, that they want to do business with you. If not, it's because you're not memorable enough to warrant such action, ...
So damn cool that you don't even have to use a resume. That the phone becomes but a simple tool you use only to put to your ear, but never to dial. Sure, you'll still use these traditional tools, but not as your first line of attack.
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