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3 Ways to Start Better Conversations


I hope you don’t mind me saying so, but you seem like a busy person who doesn’t have time for more business networking.

Yet you want better business networking results.

Maybe you already joined your local chamber.

Or you’re part of BNI, or ProVisors, or the eWomen network.

You attend events, when you can.

And your results just barely (if at all) justify the time you’re spending.

You’re not alone.

I’d like to invite you to join us for this free, 37-minute, interactive webinar,

You’ll learn 3 practical strategies you can use immediately to get better results from fewer events.

That’s right.

This webinar is all about making the most efficient use of your business networking time.

I’ll explain how the three building blocks of an effective Elevator Pitch are the foundation for consistently and confidently meeting new people, developing trust, and expanding your referral network.

Here, quickly, are the three concepts:

  1. Answer “What do you do”
  2. Introduce yourself memorably
  3. Follow up effectively

I’ll show you a unified approach to business networking, and whether you decide to join us for the Boot Camp or not, you’ll learn several practical techniques you can use immediately as you grow your business.

We’ll also talk about the Boot Camp itself, and I’ll be happy to answer any questions.

Heading to a networking event? Watch this video now to make more effective use of your business networking efforts.

2 comments on “3 Ways to Start Better Conversations

  1. I really enjoyed your tutorial on a 7 word answer to “What do you do?”, introducing yourself memorably and effective follow-up. Thank you for the valuable information. I would like to understand more about the value of a personal web site, writing a white paper and crafting a elevator pitch as well as choosing the types of networking I should be choosing. The elevator pitch is indeed the most challenging for me since the concept has gone “viral” to the point where they seem disingenuous and formulaic.

    Please advise on the best way to pursue answers to my questions.
    Thank you

    1. Thanks for the feedback and for some great questions! Reach out to me by email and I can point you in the right direction.

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