Explore how entrepreneur and podcaster Trey Kauffman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/treykauffman/) used relationships to up-level his life and rid it of corporate toxicity. Learn more here: https://2237designs.com/
Frank Agin, with AmSpirit Business Connections, shares the story as to how millions found its way to Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Explore the journey of Donna Riccardo (@donnariccardo) from NYC high-fashion hairstylist to helping entrepreneurs grow via great public speaking. Learn more at https://donnariccardo.com/
Frank Agin, with AmSpirit Business Connections, talks with Gina Gardiner, founder of the Enlightened Leadership Programme. To contact her, e-mail her: Gina@genuinely-you.com
Networking events are wonderful. The conversations can be exhilarating. And the whole experience productive. With all the effort you put into the event, don’t foul up the follow-up!
Follow-up or follow-through regarding whatever you promised to. If you pledged to reconnect, do so. If you offered to introduce them, make it happen. If you indicated you would send them something, get it sent.
Know this, so few people follow through on what they say they are going to do. That is a sad, but true fact. Given that, if you are committed to doing so, you immediately elevate yourself ahead of a significant portion of the networking population. Remember, you can build a great network as long as you don’t foul up the follow-up.
In this episode, we explore how India-based Devapriya Khanna (@DevapriyaK) has used relationships to build an agency that helps corporate and business leaders grow their influence and impact by building memorable personal brands.
Frank Agin, with AmSpirit Business Connections, shares thoughts on research from the Wharton School of Business as to why we might not give compliments.
Explore the journey of Lewis Howes (@LewisHowes), a 2-time, best-selling author, lifestyle entrepreneur, high-performance business coach, and host of the highly acclaimed School of Greatness podcast.