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Showing up isn't enough, but it's a great start. There are 4 Key Activities that enhance your networking success: Showing Up, Making Introductions, Connect Meetings, and Inviting Guests.

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Weekly Training Topic | Team Trainer

At each of our weekly networking events, we discuss as a team the weekly training topic. I hope you’ll consider checking this out in advance of coming to weekly events, so we can have a more meaningful and relevant discussion.

Questions are the Answer

Questions Are the Answer!

People hate being sold, yet love to buy. Downloadable Training Topic From the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, we learned, if we were lucky, his 5th Habit:  Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood.  Why is it then that many “Old School” salespeople and the image of a salesperson is typically connected to fast-talking, back-slapping, joke-telling, always be closing, and technique-filled high-pressure sales tactics? Or, from another great book, The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann, we learned The Law of Influence:  Your influence is determined by how abundantly you place other people’s interests first.  This could easily have been called The Law of Sales or The Law of Leadership because both hinge almost entirely on influence to be effective. Yet, “Old School” salespeople tend to vomit features and benefits, claims, and statements like, “We’re number one, we’re the best, we really care about our clients, and we’re the cheapest…blah, blah, blah!” But who really cares?  That’s right…No One!  What they care about is if you can help

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Questions are the Answer

Questions Are the Answer!

People hate being sold, yet love to buy. Downloadable Training Topic From the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, we learned, if we were lucky, his 5th Habit:  Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood.  Why is it then that many “Old School” salespeople and the image of a salesperson is typically connected to fast-talking, back-slapping, joke-telling, always be closing, and technique-filled high-pressure sales tactics? Or, from another great book, The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann, we learned The Law of Influence:  Your influence is determined by how abundantly you place other people’s

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BoldOS | 8-week Sales Training course

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Advanced sales training

Advanced Sales Training is open to everyone and only requires registering for a FREE Membership (No CC required). [Register, then RSVP on the event page]

Leadership Team & Team Directory

We’re super grateful for our team leaders, since they make sure events are powerful, efficient, fun, and safe for everyone.  

Team leaders typically gain more influence, as a result of adding value, more referrals, and professional sales training.

Hannah Johnson
Hannah Johnson, RVP
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Melissa Yetter
Melissa Yetter, Social Director
Cristy Holmes
Cristy Holmes, Visitors Team
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A lot of the people I talk to tell me they are:
- Overwhelmed and feel like they may never get to retire the way they would like.
- Confused by what coverages they need for their home or business
- Worried about what happens if they die too soon or worse, suffer a chronic or critical illness.
- Finally, they want to figure out why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, so they can finally win at money.

If any of these sound like you or anyone you know it might be worth a conversation.

If there is any uncertainty of what the above are or would like to just gave a conversation over coffee please schedule a meeting with me or call. There is no such things as a waste of time when it comes to you, protecting your family against the "what if's" and your finances.

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Network Value Add

These four key metrics represent the leading activities of networking success.

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  • NVA is Network Value Add and includes the 4 key activities or metrics of successful networking:  Showing up, Connect Meetings, Inviting Guests, and Making Introductions.  Network Value Add descriptions below including ideas to help you crush them.
  • NVA – 90 is members most recent 90-days or rolling total of all NVA activities reported.
  • NVA – All Time is a members total of all NVA activities reported.
  • Reporting is voluntary; however, we believe what you focus on, you can improve.

What we focus on tends to grow and improve.

Network Value Add

Your success in professional networking requires these four key activities.
Without any of the four, you might as well just buy more advertising.

Connect Meetings - Network Value Added
Making Introductions - Network Value Add
Inviting Guests - Network Value Add
Show Up - Network Value Add

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