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How to Avoid the 3 Biggest Networking Mistakes

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How to Avoid the 3 Biggest Networking Mistakes

  1. 1. How to BE the ONE that everyone WANTS
  2. 2. Networking is an Art! Today we will talk about: 1. How to Avoid the 3 Biggest Networking Mistakes 2. How to Answer the most asked question at Networking events 3. How to create a relationship that lasts forever
  3. 3. Ha Have Things in Common
  4. 4. Mistake #1 Making it
  5. 5. Avoid it By: 1. Always having a handful of questions to ask the other person 2. Only talking about yourself when asked a direct question 3. Finding out what 3 of the perfect clients are for each person 4. Asking them to meet early before the next event to exchange more information
  6. 6. Mistake #2 Getting a Business Card and not following the 48 hour Rule
  7. 7. Avoid it By: 1. Scheduling Time in your schedule to follow up before even attending the event 2. Using apps to put the contacts right into your phone 3. USING a follow up structure religiously 4. Writing key information on the card (where you met, date, birthday and postal address)
  8. 8. Mistake #3 Giving Up
  9. 9. Avoid it By: 1. Recognizing that Relationship Marketing takes a minimum of 90-120 days to see results 2. Make a “Annual Networking Plan” 3. Try creating a “Visibility Plan” instead of a Marketing Plan 4. Showing Up – No matter what
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