Like anything else in business life, we need to establish goals, workable goals that will address our needs. In order to do that we need to establish a strategy. For many, that means, networking. You have to ask yourself, what are you hoping to achieve by network.
Networking strategy is putting goals in focus. Brian Tracy, author of ‘Eat that Frog’ stated, ‘The number one reason why some people get work done faster is because they are absolutely clear about their goals and objectives and don’t deviate from them.’ A solid networking strategy allows you to do this.
But, what is a networking strategy? Perhaps this could be one: My networking strategy will help me find 5 new clients every month, each one spending at least $2000 with me, by December 31st. Hummmm. It is only August so that is a reasonable network strategy. Whether you are in a product or service business, network is vital to your growth and success. Business networking gives you an opportunity to interact with other professionals, learning about their businesses and sharing information about your work. The more people you network with, the wider your pool of contacts and associates. This not only helps you in getting more clients but helping clients with problems out side of your expertise.
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Kim Marie Branch-Pettid
Kim Marie is one of the leading women business owners in charge of an organization which includes more than 5200 members worldwide, now entering their 40th Anniversary Celebration. Her motivational speeches have been heard throughout the world. With 28 years in the banking industry in all forms, including mergers and acquisitions, she has been and continues to be involved in fund raising for non-profit organizations, as well as a member of California Women for Agriculture, Sequoia Guild, member of Vistage Trusted Advisor Group and WPO-Women Presidents Organization, Phoenix, AZ. Also, she is a past board member of ASBA (Arizona Small Business Association). Her specialties include trainer, motivator, connector with years of experience in bringing businesses together for a ‘great fit’
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