Grow Your Solo was the topic of Ramon’s presentation, and it couldn’t have been more perfect for our group of eager participants. His tips and information will surely help many of us to grow and scale in the year ahead! Thanks Ramon.
We resumed our in-person meetings a few months ago, but the new variant has thrown a wrench into our plans. We’re staying safe for now with Zoom calls, but just as soon as we can come out to play, we will!
Members of A’s Net shared their marketing success tips in a “mini marketing seminar.” Evan Mestman talked about his success with automating his marketing endeavors and measuring results, Joanne Meurer told us about how she helps her prospects and clients to view THEIR business as a luxury brand (awesome idea), and Stephanie Larkin provided insights […]
I’m not quite certain these are new rules but to be sure they are the guidelines that you should follow when you introduce yourself to fellow networkers. Keep it brief. No really, BRIEF! Create an introduction that sparks attention, communicates what you do, but does not provide so much detail that the other person begin […]
As with so many aspects of life, networking requires action and effort if you’re going to reap its benefits. You can attend countless in-person and online events and register for every networking group under the sun, but you’ll get nowhere if you’re not actively taking the time to connect with the people you are meeting. […]
Our annual dinner outing to Maroni’s is just one of our stand-out events that make Adrian’s Network unique in the networking world. Speaking for myself, I can’t wait until we go back to Maroni’s next year. Until then we have theater, a book club, beach parties (in the summer, of course), MasterMind sessions, and so […]
Sharing a meal is one of the best ways to grow a relationship. Try to schedule a networking lunch at least once every few weeks to learn more about your fellow networkers and share ideas, marketing intelligence, and maybe even some leads!
Proactive introductions are our lifeblood. Don’t wait for people to ask you “do you know a _______.” Put people together because: They work with similar types of companies but they don’t do they same thing. They are active volunteers. They have similar referral sources. They share a passion (hobby, music, literature, etc.) Be creative, proactive […]