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  • 1). How to Write a Letter of Reference  By : Kathy Swann
    Have you ever been asked to write a letter of reference for a co-worker, employee or former employee? Generally, a letter of reference is used to help obtain employment, apply for higher education, or as a character reference for those seeking a government position. This is an important request, as a well-written letter can be the reason the candidate receives the offer he or she is hoping for.
    article related to: letter of reference, letter of recommendation, letter writing

  • 3). Beware - Borders and Boundaries  By : Jeffery Glaze
    Have you ever had someone get right up in your face when they are talking to you? So close in fact that a letter "S' results in an unwanted shower? Often when we are out networking, we find ourselves in a loud environment as people try to talk louder to be heard over people trying to talk louder to be heard. This results in a roar that makes regular conversation difficult.
    article related to: networking, manners, etiquette, psychology

  • 6). So you want to be a millionaire?  By : Duffy Rogan
    Who doesn't... I come across so many people that say "I'm going to make a million dollars in network marketing". I have conversations with people telling me how they're going to become millionaires. That's great I'll help you reach that goal every way I can. But you know what? Not everyone is going to make a million dollars in network marketing.
    article related to: mentoring, mlm, coaching, network marketing

  • 14). Everything I Need to Know About SuccessI Learned Through Networking  By : Regina Barr
    Copyright 2006 Red Ladder, Inc. As a Consultant, I attend a lot of networking events, industry association programs, and one-on-one meetings for breakfast, coffee or other food-related events. Whenever I network or attend events, I always tell people that it was worth my time and money if I gained just one creative idea or contact from the experience.
    article related to: success, networking

  • 15). Professional Networking Tips For IT Consultants: Part II  By : Joshua Feinberg
    Professional networking works. Last time we discussed five tips to improve your professional networking effectiveness. In this article you'll learn five more tips to make you a professional networking guru. Don't let one person monopolize your time. Try to spend about 3 to 5 minutes with each person. This is generally more than enough time to figure out if the person is a good fit with your company and if you have enough information for future discussions with them.
    article related to: professional networking, professional-networking

  • 16). Networking Your Way to Online Business Success  By : Hans Hasselfors
    Forums, groups, boards, and loops; they’re all synonymous for online locations facilitating online networking. Some are entirely public, where everyone and anyone can click to the URL, read the messages and if they have no interest in contributing, they can just lurk. Some require active participation and others require registration before members can participate.
    article related to: networking, business

  • 19). Networking for Success: The 3 Phases of Small Talk  By : Dean Mercado
    In my mind, small talk basically consists of 3 phases: The ice breaker Get to know you better Graceful exit So let’s go ahead and briefly touch on each phase and in turn give you some concrete takeaway strategies that you can apply immediately for each. Phase 1: The Ice Breaker So you attend a networking event… you make eye contact with someone you want to meet, you approach them and introduce yourself… now what? Well having a few powerful, open-ended ice breaker questions should certainly do the trick.
    article related to: networking, marketing, small talk

  • 20). The Art of Giving Business Cards  By : Natalie Aranda
    Giving business cards is an art, not only because they are needed to be considered successful or because, in fact, they represent your corporate or professional identity, but also as an opportunity to impact your existing or prospective customers, and stay in touch with them, helping you to deal confidently. The scope of business etiquette includes.
    article related to: business cards

  • 22). Establishing Rules in a MasterMind Group  By : Keith MacLean
    One very important way to ensure interest and keep a mastermind group moving toward new challenges is to set rules in the beginning. The first couple of meetings should focus on these rules and begin to build trust. Trust is essential to a group’s success. Without it, people will become disenchanted and leave the group. A mastermind group’s goal is to be able to engage its members in thought provoking discussions that lead to solving issues that are important to the group.
    article related to: master mind, networking, success, connection, global

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