George Pytlik is a branding expert and past president of BNI Breakfast of Champions. An award-winning communicator and former ad agency creative director, his marketing efforts have been featured on national TV news and have transformed the sales results of companies and non-profit organizations ranging from small startups to billion dollar household names.
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There's a long-held belief that networking is more effective when you connect with lots of people. A study found that this is incorrect. The best networking results come from fewer, deeper ties rather than many shallow ties. Here's why.
There are a number of people within every networking group who have an E.F. Hutton kind of influence. Some really believe in you, your business and your product or service. Here's how to maximize the impact they can have on your business.
Being held accountable for our commitments and actions heightens our awareness of what we have determined to do. Having an accountability partner for networking ensures that you will actually do the things you plan to do.
Pilots like their plane to have a positive attitude because it means more altitude below the aircraft, which is generally a great thing. The same principle applies to business, and even life in general.