It’s an easy mistake to make, especially in a situation where more seems better and the hidden cost isn’t obvious until, well, suddenly you’re knee deep in the trouble with trash cans.
Somebody needs to empty them.
On a regular basis.
That’s the gotcha.
Yes, it’s easy to add more trash cans.
After all, why not make it more convenient for everyone.
And harder to find the budget to make sure they get emptied regularly.
And it gets me thinking about your Elevator Pitch.
Because, in business networking,
So many people focus on how many and which events to attend,
While budgeting no time or energy to the follow up.
“I don’t have time,” they say.
What they mean is that they’re tired of cold calling off that stack of business cards they collected.
They know it doesn’t work,
And they can’t think of a different approach.
But the thing about networking events is that
If you don’t follow up within 24 hours,
You might as well have stayed home.
And that’s a lot of wasted time.
In this quick video
I show you a follow up approach that only takes 5 minutes,
And leads to 3 additional hours of profitable business conversation.
Now that’s time well spent.
Check out the video: Networking on a Tight Budget.