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Productive Networking: 5 Secrets To Connect That Anyone Can Do (TPS276)

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Today we are going to be talking about Productive Networking. You’ll discover 5 tips and strategies you can use for your next networking event to meet new people. Whether you’re introverted and have trouble meeting people, or you are looking for ways to improve your networking, this episode is for you.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • Brooks and Thanh’s top 3 favorite resources for this week [2:12]
  • What makes a successful networker [5:11]
  • How not to network [9:05]
  • How to take advantage of predictable questions when meeting someone new [13:40]
  • Ways to get past the awkward beginnings of a new conversation [19:53]
  • Why you should be relentlessly helpful and never keep score [30:29]
  • What you should always do before you start exchanging information [36:02]
  • How to increase the likelihood of people to come out and remember you well [40:05]
  • The most important part of networking: the follow up [46:28]
  • An actionable exercise you can start using today to improve your networking skills [53:38]

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