The I Hate Networking Events! interview with Kevin Jordan of Redpoint Marketing Consultants
I had the pleasure this week to talk with marketing expert Kevin Jordan of Redpoint Marketing Consultants
on his blog show. This is the perfect blog for the busy business owner as it is short, powerful, and to the point. Kudos to Kevin! (He's got some cool and FREE e-books
I drew from my networking experiences and my networking manual I Hate Networking Events! to touch upon two hot topics:
You can listen to the podcast here.
- the 3 ACTIONS a business owner can take to get better results before, during, and after his or her networking event of choice
- the 2 BIGGEST mistakes business owners can make when at a networking event
And while you're there, look around and subscribe to Kevin's awesome blog!
I was inspired to write my book because I wanted to share the unique (and, oftentimes, unbelievably hilarious) experiences throughout my 20 years of networking and building various businesses. Over the years, when I would mention business networking to people, they would reply, "I HATE Networking Events!".
Hence the title!!
Like Kevin Jordan's blog posts and podcasts, my networking manual is concise and action step driven. It's designed to be a comprehensive networking plan (along with the free workbook found on my website AllThingsDavidWilson.com
) that you can apply to get better results from your networking experience.
So, you might be thinking, "Yeah, well, all authors say that about their stuff!"
Well, don't just take my word for it!
Here is what "The Father of Modern Networking" Dr. Ivan Misner (Founder of BNI Website
) says about I Hate Networking Events!
"I Hate Networking Events! is the ultimate blueprint for networking success whether you're a networking novice who feels like a fish out of water at networking functions, or a seasoned networker needing to revamp your networking strategy. The easy-to-read, condensed format of this book will not only help newbies to develop a simple, highly effective process for networking at events, it will also help the seasoned networker to refocus their approach through quantifiable networking goals. If your aim is to develop a straight-forward, measurable networking strategy that will produce powerful results, this book is a must read!"
So, if you're looking to give your networking a super powerful jolt, buy I Hate Networking Events!
to connect with the right people to grow your business!