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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Are You Asking the “Right” Questions?

Wes Hopper, Guest Author

“In today’s world of persuasion, being able to ask the right questions is more important than producing the right answers. Unfortunately most of our training has the opposite emphasis. They teach us how to answer questions, but not how to ask the right ones.” – Daniel Pink

NET-RightQuestionsToday’s quote comes from an excellent book on sales, but the insight is valuable in many areas of our lives. After all, unless you’re a hermit you have to interact with people, and understanding the psychology of persuasion will help you a lot!

First, let’s get something clear. Persuasion is not the ability to con people into doing or buying something they don’t really want or need. Persuasion is the ability to ethically inform people of the value, to them, of what you’re suggesting, so that they can receive the value of whatever that is.

Questions are a big help in this process, because they allow you to discover if the product, service or idea will really be of value to them. If not, then you can look for another solution, or allow them to move on. They will appreciate that, and so will you.

You can ask questions like, “What is the problem or need that this will solve? How has this made things more difficult? What solutions have you tried already?” You can use this approach in your family as will as your work, because these kinds of issues are pretty universal.

One of the least understood benefits, though, is that by asking questions you are empowering the other person. You are allowing them to be unique, and that makes you, in many cases, the only person that has ever really listened to them.

And, believe me, people people really want to be listened to!

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WesHopperPICCopyright © 2015 – Wes Hopper. Wes Hopper is the author of Daily Gratitude which is written for those people who want to make a living while making a difference in the world. Daily Gratitude covers purpose, vision and goals, mental toughness, spirituality, persistence, and what to do when you don’t know what to do. Subscribe to the Daily Gratitude newsletter, a short 30 second read which comes every weekday. To get your FREE copy of “The Astonishing Power of Gratitude,” click here and fill out the form. Follow Wes on Facebook!

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Thursday, June 18, 2015

“Just Makin’ Some New Friends…”

I was at a large networking event recently and someone walked over to me and said, “How are you doing?”

I surprised her by saying, “I’m really glad you asked because it makes me aware of how grateful I am to have the life I have, to be in good health and feeling terrific, and you?”

NETmakinFRIENDSShe smiled and said, “Me too.” We talked for about four minutes before she asked, “What do you do.”

The magic happened when we both showed a “genuine” interest in each other – not necessarily talking about what we do, but just getting to know each other… makin’ a new friend.

Remember the song: “Getting to know you, getting to know all about you…”?

I now have a new friend to add to my network of support. It was a connection at first sight.

While my response to her question may have invoked an interest, the four minutes we spent in “small talk” was the key. I was relieved to talk with someone who without knowing what I did for a living was interested in just making conversation.

“The fundamental element that defines the quality of your life is the people you surround yourself with and the conversations you have with them.” ~ Landmark Education

The “follow-up” was a nice quiet lunch where we talked about our businesses, ways to help each other and then a tour of her offices. ✔︎ Are you taking notes?

Networking success doesn’t depend on talent or hard work alone. It also depends on how we interact with people.

That, my friends, is today’s Networking Lesson!

netHQCopyright © 2015 – 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, June 14, 2015

Surround Yourself With “Givers!”

What is a “Giver?” Givers are people who seek out opportunities to help people they respect and appreciate without expecting anything in return. They bring out the best in others. Surrounding yourself with good and positive people will always help lift you up even when you are having a rough time and feel that you can’t do it yourself.

NETGiverORtakerUnfortunately givers are a relatively rare breed. They tilt reciprocity in the other direction, preferring to give more than they get and they don’t keep score. They put the good of others above their own ego.

Takers, on the other hand, have a distinctive signature: they like to get more than they give. It’s all about them. They – nearly always – put their own interests ahead of others’ needs.

“If you’re a giver, then you build quality relationships, and with those relationships you’re exposed to opportunity over the long term,” Adam Grant told Business Insider last year. “You actually increase your own luck so far as you contribute things to other people.”

Networking success doesn’t depend on talent or hard work alone. It also depends on how we interact with people.

While I am in full support of providing value and helping people who are struggling, I fundamentally will not allow people in my network to be exposed to people who are negative and have the potential to bring them down. It’s insidious, and it spreads through the network like wildfire.

I prefer to surround myself with the type of people who give me energy and keep the ones that require energy from me at a safe distance. I love networkers who are energy givers, not takers. They exude energy and you benefit from just being around them. They have your back and cheer you on. They are your network of support, your advocates. These are the people I intend to have a long term, and in many cases lifelong relationship with. The more you surround yourself with these type of people, the more you’ll want to help others. Helping others is what business networking is really all about.

Networking is… using your creative talents to help others achieve their goals as you cultivate a network of people strategically positioned to support you in your goals… expecting nothing in return! ~ Larry James

giveI call the energy takers, emotional vampires. Many are chronic complainers. They can suck the life out of you and a networking meeting like no one else. Deliberately shed those people from your life as quickly as possible. We don’t have time in our lives for those people who don’t believe in us (or themselves), who don’t want to support us, who don’t want to help us grow.

Who should you be adding to your network in the first place? Invite generous people from a wide variety of businesses. Prioritize personality over perceived “usefulness. Think of Santa Claus. He made it because he is a giver! 😉

Do what you can to connect with people who are interesting, and don’t waste time with those who don’t mesh with your personality.

Here is an excerpt from the book “Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success” ~ Over the past three decades, the esteemed psychologist Shalom Schwartz has studied the values and guiding principles that matter to people in different cultures around the world. One of his studies surveyed reasonably representative samples of thousands of adults in Australia, Chile, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Malaysia, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, and the United States. He translated his survey into a dozen languages, and asked respondents to rate the importance
of different values. Here are a few examples:

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List 1

• Wealth (money, material possessions)
• Power (dominance, control over others)
• Pleasure (enjoying life)
• Winning (doing better than others)

List 2

• Helpfulness (working for the well-being of others)
• Responsibility (being dependable)
• Social justice (caring for the disadvantaged)
• Compassion (responding to the needs of others)

Takers favor the values in List 1, whereas givers prioritize the values in List 2.

“Surround yourselves with the dreamers and the doers, the believers and the thinkers, but most of all, surround yourself with those who see greatness within you, even when you don’t see it yourself.” ~ Author Unknown

If your networking group does not consist mostly of people who are willing to give… I encourage you to find another group who does or start your own group. Starting over is never easy… and it may be worth it. People in your network should leave you more energized. Look for people like that. You will always find that givers ascend from the bottom to the top of the success ladder.

FACT: You’re only as good as who you surround yourself with!

Are you a taker or an awesome “giver?”

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netHQCopyright © 2015 – 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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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

7 Most Common Networking Mishaps

Filed under: Networking Mistakes — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Here are a few networking mishaps that I have observed in the many networking groups I have spoken to and visited. You are encouraged to list mishaps you have noticed in the comments section.

1. Skipping over the “build the relationship first” step. Networking is about developing close, personal and business relationships. It’s important to understand that networking is first about building long-lasting business relationships that – after the relationship is established – the referrals will come.

7NETmishaps2. Being a taker and not a giver. I speak at and attend a lot of networking meetings and the biggest complaint I hear is, “I never get any leads/referrals.” My first question is, “Are you ‘giving’ any referral” Remember, networking and selling DO NOT mix! Think of yourself as a solution-finder, rather than a sales person. Be of assistance to others. “How can I help you?” is a great question to ask everyone you meet. View networking as a way to be a resource for others and maybe gain a few clients along the way.

3. Assume Social Media creates connections. Twitter followers, Facebook friends, and LinkedIn connections are great – if you do something with those connections. In all likelihood your Twitter followers aren’t reading your tweets. Your Facebook friends rarely visit your page. Your LinkedIn connections aren’t checking your updates. Tools provide a convenient way to establish connections, but to maintain those connections you still have to meet them face-to-face. (A special “Thank you” to Jeff Haden for this reminder).

4. Being a card shark. Handing out your business card to everyone who crosses your path makes only a cardboard connection! Force-feeding your card on everyone you meet is not the best idea. First, determine that YOU have an interest in helping them and second, make sure there is a solid connection before you offer your card. The experienced networker will often take notes about the conversation on the back of your card if they are interested in your product or service. I watch for that. When someone writes on the back of my card while I am talking to them, I make sure to get their card and follow up with them because they could be very interested in me or my business. It’s best to wait for someone to request your card before giving it. If you offer your card too early when you first meet, you may appear too forward or pushy.

5. Not being attentive. When you are talking with someone at a networking function, listen to what they are saying. If you are simply not interested, be polite and move on. Looking over someone’s shoulder for someone else in the room to talk with is RUDE! Pay attention. There is the potential for opportunity in everyone you meet. If you want to call attention to yourself, you must pay attention to others!

netfollowup6. Non-effective follow up. Re-connecting with people in your group or shortly after you meet a new member, sends the message that you serious about a relationship, proactive and willing to invest the time and effort to get to know them. Building a relationship with a new contact begins with setting up a time to get together to learn more about each other and each other’s businesses. Notice I listed the personal side first. It’s important to be friends. Friends are people we come to like and trust which is an absolute for successful networking. Without following up to promote another opportunity to interact, a relationship can never develop.

7. Joining more than one networking group. If you are like me, I often network with other people outside of my networking group as long as they are “not in competition with someone in my group.” Loyalty to “one” networking group is very important. I do not recommend being a member of more than one small networking group for that very reason… loyalty. Let’s say you belong to two networking groups. What happens when you come upon a referral that could be given to a plumber and you have to decide which of the two plumbers to give the referral to? Some would say both. I say, to whom do you owe your higher allegiance? The question becomes who deserves your loyalty? Honestly… you shouldn’t have to choose. The solution is to belong to only one group.

Networking has helped to make my businesses a success. Yes, I made lots of mistakes when I first began networking, but thanks to great networkers like Anne Boe (deceased), Bob Burg, Donna Fisher, Ivan Misner and many others, they helped me get on the right track.

Who is your Networking Mentor?

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Questions You Haven’t Been Asking Your Network

Filed under: Networking,Qualifying Questions — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Lily Herman, Guest Author

1. “Can You Introduce Me to [Person Your Contact Knows]?”

Is there a professional you don’t know but really want to get in touch with? If someone in your network knows that person, it’s a lot easier to break the ice. Just hop on over to this template, which makes it ridiculously easy to email a contact asking for an introduction.

NETquestions2. “Is There Anyone in Your Network You Think I Should Talk To?”

If you don’t have any particular person you’d like to meet in mind, it can still be helpful to see if your professional contacts have ideas for others with whom you should connect. Tell them the types of people you’re hoping to meet, and there’s a solid chance they know at least one person who would be interesting for you to chat with.

3. “Do You Know Anyone at Company X?”

Whether you’re applying to new jobs or just exploring new possibilities, picking your contacts’ brains about what they know about the industry is always a good idea. For example, is there a certain company in your industry that is doing well but has a reputation for being a terrible place to work? These are things to have on your radar.

5. “Can We Have an Informational, Get Acquainted Interview?”

While it may be too much to ask someone for a job, asking someone for an informational interview is way less intimidating (and could also give you some leads for where to look!). If you’re not sure how to initiate the process of landing and going to an informational interview, these steps from career expert Ashley Stahl will make you seem like a pro.

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6. “How Can I Help You?”

While your professional contacts can be incredible career resources, remember that networking should never be a one-way street. So, when you’re asking your contacts for something — and even when you’re not! — always look for ways that you can help them, too. Regularly giving to others will ensure that they’re always happy to return the favor.

BONUS Articles: “How Can I Help You?”
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LilyHermanCopyright © 2015 – Lily Herman. Adapted from the article, “21 Questions You Haven’t Been Asking Your Network (But Really Should),” Lily is a writer, editor, and social media manager, as well as co-founder of The Prospect, the world’s largest student-run college access organization. She is one of Glamour’s 2015 Top 10 College Women. Follow Liiy on Twitter.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Give Everything… But UP!

Networking not working for you?

Never GIVE up! Give everything but up!

There are books and people who would love to teach you networking techniques that can assure you that you can make networking one of the most successful business strategies that can push your career to fast forward!

NETGiveEverythingSo many people get it wrong. Networking is not for those who only take. It’s all about two things, building relationships, first and giving – helping others, second!

The more you do to help others, those things become the seeds that will eventually blossom into a giving tree for you. One that will eventually become a resource of everything you need to have a great career. AND… you have to give everything. Just never give up!

It takes commitment and lots of effort to build a successful business network. I have been networking long before they called it networking. There are people in my network that it has taken years to cultivate. Some I have known for 30 to 35 years. They know that they can count on me to be of service whenever called upon and do what I say I am going to do. I am “count-on-able!” I believe and know the same about them.

Networking is no fast-track. It is sometimes slow, deliberate and always worth the extra effort. Always remember this: You only get out of networking what you put into it. That is an absolute! Networking is the deep end of the pool. You better learn quickly how to swim. Just never give up!

The most successful networkers I know have learned that networking doesn’t have to be a struggle. The concept is simple… you give and you receive, in that order. Be true to yourself and know this: When you want to learn how to do something the right way, you hang around others that have already made the mistakes you are making and who can teach you their techniques. Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher.

I am often amazed at networkers who seem to be protecting their turf by not openly sharing everything they know about networking with their friends and anyone who will listen. They suffer in silence. Most are unwilling to admit that their networking efforts are not doing so well. Ask and you will receive. Successful networkers share. They are “givers” in all ways. You share referrals, why not share techniques and be an encourager to others that may need assistance. The teacher teaches most what the teacher needs to learn. Never forget that.

dont-give-upYour willingness to give and share is an example to others who may be holding back. Reach out. Encourage the leaders of your networking groups to include some training in each of their weekly meetings. Volunteer to give your top 3 tips at your next meeting. Start the ball rolling. Encourage others to do the same. It’s fun to start a tradition. This is a great way to warm up your network. Help yourself by helping others. Just never give up!

Take your eye off the potential for money when networking and put your eye on the target. In the middle of the target it says, “Give First… Receive Later!” That’s where you aim. Profit in dollars is temporary, but profit in a network of people who like and trust you as a person of integrity is forever.

“Every one person who trusts you will spread the word of that trust to at least a few of their clients and customers, and word of your character will spread like wildfire. The value of the trust others have in you is far beyond anything that can be measured.” ~ Amy Rees Anderson

You are the only one who can make networking work better for you… only you! The more successful you are, the more you will also learn to Love business networking. It’s easier to succeed while doing something you Love.

Give everything… but UP!

netHQCopyright © 2015 – 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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