I think I have been to over 2,000 networking events in the twenty five years since I decided to become an entrepreneur. I have met thousands of people, given and received many referrals, lived in four different cities and accomplished much. Networking seems hard. It does not need to be if we know how to …
The City of Plano, the Plano West Rotary Club and I need more volunteers for Love where You Live on Saturday May 8. Can you help?
We’re proud to be a member of the national volunteer COVID-19 Community Corps and partnering with the City of Plano! Sign-up and Blockwalk to distribute information to increase vaccine awareness and education.
The Plano West Rotary Club will participate in the PLANO 2021 GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP on Saturday April 17. I will be the team leader at:Oak Point Park and Nature Reserve,5901 Los Rios Blvd, Plano, TX 75074. I am looking for six more volunteers for this location.
I recently stepped down as a co-organizer of the North Texas Happy Neighborhood Project. After nine months in this role, it became very clear that this was neither an effective or efficient way to build and curate strategic relationships.
Often when I talk about strategic networking, people will immediately think of networking events. Their palms will get sweaty as they would rather get a root canal surgery than walk into a room full of strangers. I say strategic relationships because there is no relationship building at a networking event!
I have recently doubled down on my one on ones, referrals and networking. Here are Twelve thoughts on takers and super connectors. What do Kimberly Lloyd, Martin, Alfredo Parra, Armando Ramirez and Jeff have in common? They appear to be takers.
I have attended thousands of networking events and met thousands of people in the twenty-five years since I started out as an entrepreneur. Have you ever felt objectified? Cheated? Or on the other hand controlled? Obviously you have. We as a whole have. We’ve all been within the sight of takers, and some of have …
In starting some reciprocity rings, I had to reevaluate my behaviors and current network. After two weeks of intense self-reflection, reading and conversations with friends, I settled on four areas of importance when it comes to power networking and reciprocity rings.