Networking has changed a lot in 10 years, since the advent of online social networking. But the rules remain the same. For example, “Givers get” remains the golden rule of any place where business networking occurs (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, you name it).
Dave Navarro has released a great workbook for learning how to network your way to the top. It’s the best report I’ve read in recent times on how to do the networking thing right. You don’t want to waste your time. And networking is full of time-wasting traps.
Especially if you’re an introvert like I am, and you’re not sure you like hanging out with humans in the first place (there’s no delete button and you can’t refresh), you must read this report and get the free workbook.
Here’s my advice if you’re competitive, want your business to be successful, hate networking, but love what it brings you (new business, fame by association, coat-tails to ride on)…
Go here and download the workbook:
The reason this is important is because you can't sell your information products, ebooks, or fill your teleseminars without people knowing you, liking you, and trusting you.
The only way to build a list or a community of raving fans is to network. The more you can network with the famous and semi-famous, the more others will know, like and trust you.
So get the workbook, read it, work the steps and then you'll know how to get the A-Listers into your teleseminars and testimonial pages.