Charlene Burke en Leadership, social media training, Business Owner • Search by Burke, LLC 1/7/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +400

Respect Your Network And They'll Help You Succeed

Respect Your Network And They'll Help You SucceedRespect Your Network And Watch It Grow

If you pay attention to your connections and network, have conversations with them like they’re real people, treat them with the respect you want others to show you…

You will receive:

  • Positive feedback from people attracted to you and your message.
  • Positive results, as a consequence of having an attitude of “me and you” rather than just “me”.
  • More opportunities for collaborations, joint ventures, and sales.​
  • A wonderful sense of personal fulfillment.

How do you grow what you’ve started?

1.   Practice, Practice, Practice!

Practice with real people...all the time. Practice one thing at a time in small steps. Such as: begin with a message after connecting...with the message asking a question about them, their industry, their business. Notice how peoples’ attitudes toward you change as you progress. Pay attention to the individual.

2.   Quantity of Practice is More Important Than Quality

Quality and understanding will follow as you get more familiar with the process. In the beginning it’s more important that you get started than getting it right the first time. Are you taking the hint to get started...now? Hey, practice with me! Connect with me, follow up with a nice message asking me a question. But, don't try to sell me something in that message.

3 .   Keep Your Conversations Relaxed

It’s not always what you ask or say, it’s how you ask or say it . Keep your conversations … conversational!  Don’t let your enthusiasm overwhelm people. Relax and listen to what they have to share.

4.   Let Go of the Outcome!

The outcome is the result of the process. Trusting the process is key. It’s the process that will create the relationship and, ultimately, the sale.  Let go of the outcome and your income will increase!

5.  Don’t Start “SELLING”

Don’t Start “SELLING”, ju