Networking Rx: Becoming More Effective With 30-Second Commercials (EPS 107)

Networking Rx: Becoming More Effective With 30-Second Commercials (EPS 107) 

Frank Agin, founder and president of AmSpirit Business Connections and host of Networking Rx, shares opportunities to help you improve on the 30-Second Commercial you’ve crafted. This is second in a three-part series on your business pitch.

http://networkingrx.libsyn.com/becoming-more-effective-with-30-second-commercials

For more information on AmSpirit Business Connections and its franchise opportunity program, contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.

Networking Rx: Names Matter (EPS 101)

Networking Rx: Names Matter (EPS 101)

Frank Agin, founder and president of AmSpirit Business Connections and host of Networking Rx, shares thoughts and insights on making a priority knowing other people’s names.

http://networkingrx.libsyn.com/names-matter-eps

For more information on AmSpirit Business Connections and its franchise opportunity program, contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.

Building a Networking Relationship 6 of 7

Building a Networking Relationship 6 of 7

Whether you are 19, 90 or somewhere in between, you know more people now than you could possibly meet over the next year (maybe two or three).  Think about it. You know people in your community. You know people from high school, college, and your plethora of career moves (or those moving careers around you). You know people through your kids, parents, or family. You know lots of people.

While meeting new people is always an important part of networking, there is a tremendous advantage to networking with familiar names and faces – they already Know, Like and Trust you. That is a tremendous head start to productive and effective networking.

Given that, an important part of building your business or career network is to dig into your “now electronic” rolodexes, card files or little black books and mind your existing contacts. Reconnect with these old friends and acquaintances. Get caught up on their lives. Think of ways you can help them. Share with them about your professional endeavors. Remember to ask for assistance.

The “Know, Like, and Trust” is already there. All you need to do is capitalize on it.