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THE Worst Thing You Can Do To Your Network! Are You Guilty?

Posted August 19, 2018

There’s something horrible that many of you are doing to your network and the best part;

Is that you have no idea you’re doing it!

In this week’s episode of The Sales Playbook Podcast we dive, headfirst, into something really bad many of you are doing and;

We’ll talk about why you need to stop and;

What to do if you’ve been a victim of this networking crime!


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How To Generate MORE Opportunities From YOUR Network

I’m going to be sharing the communication plan I use with my network (and 10 templates) during our How To Leverage Your Online and Offline Network.

IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT

It all takes place this Thursday, August 23rd, at 11:30 am EST.

Here’s what you’ll discover by joining us;

  • How To Strike Up A Conversation With Anyone (Even If You’re An Introvert Like Me).
  • 11 Networking Mistakes And How To Avoid Them.
  • A Step by Step Communication Plan To Follow During and After A Networking Event.
  • What To Say and Do From The Moment You Connect With Someone On LinkedIn.
  • An Easy Way To Stay In Touch With Your Most Valuable Connections.
  • How To Double and Triple Your Referrals and Warm Intros (Even If You’ve Never Done Business With Someone In Your Network).
  • How To Stay Out Of The “Friend-Zone” and Transition Your Network Into Paid Clients.
  • 10 Email Templates To Help You Stay “Top of Mind” With Your Network.

What do you get?

(1) 90 Minute Webinar

Worksheets

Webinar Replay (In case you can’t make it or you’d like to go back for seconds)

10 Email Templates

How Much?

$99

Please click HERE  to reserve your spot.

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