Just pop it down on a piece of paper (or on the mental note in your head).
If you rate yourself as a 8, 9 or 10 networker, then you probably understand the value of your time and effort and your return on investment and energy. You have networking goals set and you have at least $10,000 a year income from networking efforts.
Most people rate themselves in the 4, 5, 6 and 7 range. That is, they understand the importance of networking to their business but feel like something is just missing. Maybe it’s the income that results in networking right. Or in the relationships that flow on from the events they attend.
Unfortunately at networking events we all meet people who are clearly in the 1, 2 or 3 range. We can see that they are there for all the wrong reasons. Number one reason is to sell their product or service.
Where are you on the scale? What do you think it might take to get you to the top level so that networking becomes a valuable and rewarding marketing exercise?
Come and find out at Network Right on September 18.
For me it was learning the fabulous skills of an introvert. For Darren, who will be joining us on the night it was learning which event to let go of to open the door to new networking opportunities.
Network Right is not a regular networking event. It is an opportunity to learn new networking skills that you can use in your other networking events but you will have plenty of opportunity to practice new skills and go away with valuable contacts to follow up with.
I look forward to networking with you at Network Right – but hurry to book as seats are definitely limited.