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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In other words, don't necessarily try to meet us; the idea is to make us want to meet you. And if you're reading this book, yes, you're probably someone who we want to meet. -Monroe & Jay FOREWORD By Jay Conrad Levinson Guerrilla ...
Low and behold (I'm still in shock), one of my ideas piqued his interest. His response? 'Guerrilla Networking. Let's do that one.' That was it. Short, sweet, to the point, and well, that's all I needed to hear. One of my lifelong dreams ...
This is a book of ideas, based on one unifying concept that we are going to be repeating over and over again ad nauseam in this book: guerrilla networking is becoming the type of person that other people want to meet.
The idea? I would just cast myselfin leading roles! Wait for someone to 'discover' me? Ha! I was going to discover myself. And what a concept. If I just took all the effort I was using to schmooze my way into other people's projects, ...
But you really have no idea who they are. And they probably have no idea who you are. And at the end of the day, you are really no better off than when you started. But 'get out there' you did, and boy oh boy did you 'meet people'.
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