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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Be In Touch… or Lose Touch!

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Be in touch. Make the right networking connections. Then, do whatever it takes to hold on to them. Maintaining alliances is one of the keys to your success. Staying connected is the essence of achievement.

be_in_touchA synonym for connected is related. When you develop good, close, personal and business relationships with people you are more likely to stay connected.

Never take your personal or business relationships for granted. What you take for granted disappears. Keeping in touch is the antidote for taking for granted. Staying connected is proof that the relationship is special. Never let this opportunity slip through the cracks.

Staying connected takes some effort! It requires a follow-up “plan” for it to work. Do you have a “follow-up plan?” Face it, if you are going to succeed in the long haul, personal contacts with an effective follow-up plan designed to have them continue must be the cornerstone of your own personal marketing plan.

Telling someone you will call or be in touch and you do nothing? All I have to say is, “Shame on you!”

Here is another form of follow-up: It is a wise networker who reports back to the person who gave you a referral. I want that. I need a brief report. It’s a common networking courtesy and one that should be expected. Give me a call or send me an e-mail to at least let me know that you have contacted them and whether or not the referral worked. If it didn’t work, tell me why. There may be something more I need to know about your business that will help me find a better qualified referral next time. If you don’t follow-up on a referred business lead within 24 hours you probably didn’t deserve to get the lead in the first place.

Plan to stay connected and you will stay connected. Connections last only as long as we continue to actively invest in them. Invest in developing relationships that continue.

BONUS Articles: 8 Steps To Build Relationships After A Networking Event
How to Cultivate Your Connections!
Follow Up With Networkers Who Give You Referrals

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Copyright © 2013 – Larry James. Adapted from Larry’s latest book, Ten Commitments of Networking: Creative Ways to Maximize Your Personal Connections! Larry James is a Professional Speaker, Author and Networking Coach. He presents networking seminars nationally and “Networking” coaching by telephone or one-on-one. Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

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Friday, July 26, 2013

Networking is NOT About Prospecting!

Filed under: Communication,Networking,Prospecting — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Networking is not about swooping into the room, collecting lots of business cards, or tossing them like confetti, then doing a vanishing act. It’s about building close personal relationships one day at a time. It’s offering your hand to a stranger to assist them in any way you can.

handUPHow about letting the other person speak first? Then ask questions. The person who is asking the questions is in control of the conversation. Knowing what the other person is all about will help you tailor your message and deliver it with more relevance.

Identify possibility in every conversation. When you intentionally look for it, you will almost always find it. Communication enables people to connect. Keep the conversation on a positive level at all times. It opens people’s minds to opportunity.

Make observations. Share some trivia. Listen for things you have in common. Make small talk. Remember your purpose is to look for people with which to develop mutually beneficial, long-lasing relationships. Make your first hello upbeat, positive and friendly. If you don’t like your line of work, don’t talk about it. Be prepared. They will generally get around to asking what you do. Have your 30- second connection ready.

Have fun. Smile and talk to lots of people. Do not play it safe by mixing only with business colleagues and good friends. Make good eye contact. Mix and mingle. If you have “minglephobia,” get over it quickly by doing what you fear. Relax. Remind yourself that you are not the only one at this event who may be a little nervous. Expand your horizons. Move past your fears. Speaking positively helps you conquer self-doubt and energizes your spirit.

What should you say at a networking event?

Asking, “What do you do?” is a mistake. That brings up a topic you most likely know nothing about. Do some research. Be tuned in to what’s happening in your city. Read the paper, look for humorous articles or movie reviews you could talk about. Develop some preplanned, interesting conversation starters.

You can greatly increase your conversation confidence by developing specific questions to help you begin and by designing answers to the questions most frequently asked about your business. Trust your instincts. Be yourself.

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Copyright © 2013 – Larry James. Adapted from Larry’s latest book, Ten Commitments of Networking: Creative Ways to Maximize Your Personal Connections! Larry James is a Professional Speaker, Author and Networking Coach. He presents networking seminars nationally and “Networking” coaching by telephone or one-on-one. Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Is Your Networking a “Low Priority?”

Filed under: Guest Author Articles,Networking — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Mindy Selinger, Guest Author

There is only one real reason for being late to any networking event. It’s a “Low Priority” – you’re just not into it.

late_to_netYou see no perceived consequences in being late and no perceived benefits of being early. This is the primary reason for being late and I can prove it.

Let’s say the Chamber of Commerce was giving away a free laptop for everyone who arrived before 5:30 p.m. Would you make sure you arrived on time?

If getting a free laptop was a “priority” for you, yes, you would be on time! No last minute calls, you would leave real early and you would get the exact directions.

I almost dropped this discussion from my workshops because the energy in the room would tank. The topic was uncomfortable. Feedback later told me it really made an impression.

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Habitually late behavior had never been addresses quite like this before and it was an eye-opener for them. It relates not only to networking but to personal business ethics in general.

No more lame excuses for being late at networking events!

Copyright © 2013 – Mindy Selinger. Mindy Selinger has beee actively involved in business networking on many levels since starting her first business in 1991. She is the founder of a national resource for the professional business networking industry, NetworkingEventFinders.com which publishes local Networking Guides and Event Calendars across the country. She has published, “Face-to-Face Networking Skills in a Social Media World.”

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netHQLarry James is a Professional Speaker, Author and Networking Coach. He presents networking seminars nationally and “Networking” coaching by telephone or one-on-one. Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

What (or Who) is Your Best Networking Asset?

1. You!
2. Your Network

That’s how I see it… and in that order. For you to be your best asset you really have to be at the top of your game. Great networkers are alway analyzing how they are doing and how others in their network are reacting to what they do. They have an obsession with learning new techniques, unique ways to introduce themselves and effective ways to follow-up. They know that business networking is not just about getting leads but being of service to others. They know how best to mingle… a skill that is admired by many but mastered by few.

assetNo one can build a successful business alone. Great networkers don’t let personal fears get in the way of forming new relationships. This gives them leverage. They focus on the few rather than the many. In other words, they know it’s generally preferable to have fewer high-quality relationships than hundreds of low-quality relationships. That’s smart!

“Remember, you are your best asset! You need to invest in yourself – get enough sleep, exercise, eat healthy meals, expand your mind, attend programs or courses, develop new skills, get expert help, hire a coach. It’s important to invest in your ability to succeed. After all how can you contribute to others if you’re not in top form?” ~ Sue Clement

Master networkers reek with enthusiasm. They maintain a positive attitude most of the time. They know how to strut their stuff. They are shameless self-promoters and have learned how do it with finesse.

When they are positive, they are like a magnet; people want to be around them and will send their friends, family and associates to them. They are trustworthy – one of the main keys that cause networkers to put their personal and professional reputations on the line by referring them.

People who are good at networking are never formally off duty. They don’t just network at meetings. They network 24/7. They are opportunity seekers and find opportunity when others let it pass them by. Helping others in their network is one of their highest priorities. They are keep their eyes and ears open for opportunities to advance other people’s interests, not just their own. They hang out with everyone in the group. They are not be afraid to talk to strangers and make friends. They enjoy and communicate well with everyone. They don’t show favorites.

Smart networkers never fall into the trap of spending all your time networking. Since they know that their best networking asset it them, they place taking care of themselves high on their priority list. They know that balance is another key to success. They spend time keeping physically, mentally and spiritually fit.

BONUS Articles: How to Become a Great Networker
Are You Taking Care of YOU?

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Copyright © 2013 – Larry James. Adapted from Larry’s latest book, Ten Commitments of Networking: Creative Ways to Maximize Your Personal Connections! Larry James is a Professional Speaker, Author and Networking Coach. He presents networking seminars nationally and “Networking” coaching by telephone or one-on-one. Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

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Sunday, July 14, 2013

Are You Helping Others in the Same Way You Want Them to Help You?

headinthesand2Ivan Misner, Guest Author and Larry James

If your personal referral network isn’t working the way you expect, it’s time to turn things around. Are you helping them in the same way you want them to help you? The best way to get your network motivated is to be motivated yourself.

Before you blame your network for the lack of referrals, ask yourself:

• Have you followed up with the referrals? ~ Networking: Here’s a Novel Idea!
• Have you educated your network about your business? Your job is not to close a sale, but to train a sales force. ~ Evaluate Your Business Networking Group
• Have you made it clear who you’re looking for as clients? If you’re looking for vice-presidents of major corporations, say so. ~ “Qualified” Referrals – The Currency of Successful Connections! and It’s Really Okay to “Toot” Your Own Horn…
• Have you built up the trust that encourages people to refer their own best clients to you? ~ Plant Some Networking Seeds!
• Are you holding your network accountable? ~ Don’t Join an Easy Crowd

In the beginning of the article, Ivan asked, “Are you helping them in the same way you want them to help you?” I’ve been helping to train networkers for more than 26 years. I find that the people who complain the most that networking isn’t working for them are really the guilty ones. They are not giving referrals or leads. Time to read, “Happiness in Networking is YOUR Problem…

As of July 14, 2013 there are more than 360 FREE articles about business networking. Check our Networking Article Index. No excuses! Get busy reading several articles each day and stop complaining that networking doesn’t work. It works AND you have to work it.

MisnernetHQCopyright © 2013 – Ivan Misner. Called the father of modern networking, Dr. Ivan Misner is the Founder of BNI and the senior partner for the Referral Institute. He has written nine books, including his New York Times best seller, Truth or Delusion? Busting Networking’s Biggest Myths.

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Larry James is a Professional Speaker, Author and Networking Coach. He presents networking seminars nationally and “Networking” coaching by telephone or one-on-one. Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Do You Have Contacts or Genuine Connections?

Filed under: Guest Author Articles,Networking — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Heather Townsend, Guest Author

My personal network numbers into the thousands. Indeed with over 5000 twitter followers I can genuinely claim a network of over 5000+ people. However, not everyone in my network is created equal – and we often fool into thinking that we have a strong network, when actually we have many contacts rather than genuine strong connections.

5-level-relationship-model-e1344326352853-300x259Here is a five level system, in which you can categorise the state of your relationship:

Level 1: “Identify” ~ At this level, you have just become aware of this contact. Maybe, someone has mentioned them in conversation, perhaps you have seen a tweet of them. Or perhaps they are on an attendance list of an event you are attending.

Level 2: “Connect” ~ At this point you have physically or virtually met a contact, and started a one or two way conversation, i.e. you have connected. For example, you may have talked to them at a face to face networking event, or exchanged some tweets or posts within an online forum.

Level 3: “Engage” ~ At this point, you have taken a conscious decision to strengthen the relationship, and move beyond small talk. This means that you have taken the time to have a one to one meeting with them, whether in person, or by phone.

Level 4: “Collaborate” ~ The trust has built within the relationship to the point where you have agreed to help each other, pass referrals, and potentially actively looking for ways to work together.

Level 5: “Inner Circle” ~ The relationship is now such that you have worked together, and regularly recommend each other’s services. There is a strong possibility that your relationship has moved from a purely professional relationship into a personal friendship.

Think about people in your network who you consider to be your A-listers or potential clients. Your relationship needs to be at least at Level 3.

heatherTCopyright © 2013 – Heather Townsend. Heather helps professionals and firms become the Go-To-Expert. Unusually for someone with an Engineering Degree, she accidentally became a writer and used her knowledge on social media to write the current best-selling and award-winning book on networking, “The Financial Times Guide To Business Networking.” (75 five star reviews on Amazon). She is a widely published writer, international speaker, Executive Coach and a referral marketing expert. Visit Heather’s Website!

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netHQLarry James presents networking seminars nationally and offers Networking coaching; one-on-one or for your Networking Group! Invite Larry James to speak to your group! His latest book is, Ten Commitments of Networking: Creative Ways to Maximize Your Personal Connections! Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Volunteer and Become Visible

Filed under: Community,Guest Author Articles — Larry James @ 8:30 am
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Dr. Ivan Misner, Guest Author

One of the first steps toward networking your business is to become more visible in the community. Remember that people need to know you, like you and trust you in order to refer you. Volunteering can position you to meet key people in your community. It connects you with people who share your passion. It gives you opportunities to demonstrate your talents, skills and integrity, as well as your ability to follow up and do what you say you are going to do. It instantly expands the depth and breadth of your network.

volunteer2People who volunteer demonstrate their commitment to a cause without concern for personal gain. Thus, you should be volunteering with organizations or causes for which you hold genuine interest and concern. If administrators or other volunteers perceive that you are in it primarily for your own gain, your visibility will work against you, and you will undermine your own goals.

Volunteering is not a recreational activity; it’s a serious commitment to help fulfill a need. To find an organization or cause that aligns with your interests, you need to approach volunteerism with a healthy level of thought and strategy.

Start by asking yourself the nine questions below.

1. What do you enjoy doing for yourself in your spare time?

2. What hobbies do you enjoy?

3. What sports do you know well enough to teach?

4. What brings you joy and satisfaction?

5. What social, political or health issue are you passionate about because it relates to you, your family or your friends?

6. Based on the answers to the first five questions, what are three organizations that you can identify that appeal to you? (Examples: youth leagues, libraries, clubs, activist groups, church groups, homeless shelters) Choose the one that most appeals to you, and research the group online and in the community.

7. Now that you’ve researched this group, will it give you an opportunity to meet one of your professional or personal goals? If so, visit the group to “try it on.”

8. Now that you’ve visited this group, do you still want to make a final commitment of your time?

9. Are other group members satisfied with the organization? (To learn this, identify three members of the group to interview in order to assess their satisfaction with the organization. Consider choosing a new member, a two- to three-year member, and a seasoned five- to six-year member to interview.)

Once you’ve done the research required to satisfactorily answer these nine questions, join a group and begin to volunteer for visibility’s sake. Look for leadership roles that will demonstrate your strengths, talents and skills. In other words, volunteer and become visible. It’s a great way to build your personal network.

BONUS Articles: Does Your Networking Group Have a “Community” Presence?
Community… Not Just a Buzzword!

MisnernetHQCopyright © 2013 – Ivan Misner. Called the father of modern networking, Dr. Ivan Misner is the Founder of BNI and the senior partner for the Referral Institute. He has written nine books, including his New York Times best seller, Truth or Delusion? Busting Networking’s Biggest Myths. ljspacer

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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The Dos and Dont’s of Social Networking ~ Video

Filed under: Networking,Social Media,Video — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Andy Lopata, Guest Author

Netiquette (networking etiquette) is a term that has come out of the rise in online social networking. However, to a networking novice, it may not always be so obvious as to what’s acceptable and what’s not [at networking events, etc.] on networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, etc.

As a Social Networking Strategist, Andy Lopata knows a thing or two about netiquette and shares his advice in this short video guide.

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Copyright © 2013 – Andy Lopata. Reprinted with permission. Labeled “Mr Network” by The Sun, Andy Lopata was called “one of Europe’s leading business networking strategists” by the Financial Times. The co-author of two books on networking, Andy is a featured columnist the US magazine “The National Networker,” as well as being regularly quoted in the national press. Previously, Andy was Managing Director of UK network Business Referral Exchange. Andy has since worked with companies from one-man bands to organisations such as NatWest Bank, Merrill Lynch and Mastercard to help them realise the full potential from their networking. He is a former vice-president of the Professional Speakers Association. Visit Andy’s Website and BLOG.

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netHQLarry James presents networking seminars nationally and offers Networking coaching; one-on-one or for your Networking Group! Invite Larry James to speak to your group! His latest book is, Ten Commitments of Networking: Creative Ways to Maximize Your Personal Connections! Something NEW about Networking is posted on this Networking BLOG every 4th day! Visit Larry’s Networking Website at: “Networking HQ!”

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: Larry James, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateLove.com

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