Networking Partners That Become Friends

Not all networking contacts become “real” friends, but when they do, it’s extra sweet. I recently had dinner with Barbara Feldman and learned more about A Nu Start (her business), and the explosive growth that she is enjoying right now. Barbara’s business was impacted by the pandemic, but she came back with a roar, and […]

Nothing Could Be Finer Than A Long Island Networking Dinner

There’s something very special about meeting in-person, sharing good food, drinking some wine, and getting down to business. That’s exactly what 9 members of Adrian’s Network did this week. Our regular gatherings are important, and serve to build stronger and more robust relationships.

Steal These Ways to Make Your Networking More Effective

The simple truth is there are some things you can do to get more substantive and positive outcomes from your networking endeavors. Play the game but play it right! And forget the cliché “givers get.” Not true. I know lots of givers that haven’t gotten anything ever. Instead: Develop a “real” relationship, not one based on BS and […]

Long Island A’s Net Dinner

There’s something special about sharing a meal (and wine!), to get the networking juices flowing. Our time was well spent, relationships blossomed, and a good time was had by all! Attendees: Bennet Gold, Dominick Bencivenga, Elizabeth Marasco, Deborah Van Doorne, Steve Kent, Maribeth Kraus, Adrian Miller

Networking Lunches are the BEST

I had a great networking lunch with A’s Netter Stephanie Larkin, Founder of Red Penguin Books. Besides eating yummy food at Small Batch, we spent almost 2 hours talking about travel and our upcoming trips, what’s on our proverbial “bucket list,” and our rules for a successful trip (i.e. NEVER checking luggage, landing and hitting […]