Networking Advice Quotes

Quotes tagged as "networking-advice" (showing 1-18 of 18)
Idowu Koyenikan
“Everything you want in life is a relationship away.”
Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability

“It's not about who you think you know, but about who actually knows you.”
Akilnathan Logeswaran

Bernard Kelvin Clive
“The depth of your network is more important than its length”
Bernard Kelvin Clive

Ana Claudia Antunes
“When thinking is overrated
And friends are easy to make,
Check if it's too complicated
Knowing yourself somehow...
Inner peace's not hard to take,
Never lost or underestimated.
Get out of social media... NOW!”
Ana Claudia Antunes, ACross Tic

Timothy M. Houston
“Small talk is incredibly important when building new relationships and is necessary to do when networking, provided it is not small minded...

Small talk helps to provide a bridge from saying "hello" to the substantive part of the conversation.”
Timothy M. Houston, No-Nonsense Networking: The Straightforward Guide to Making Productive, Profitable and Prosperous Contacts and Connections

Timothy M. Houston
“Networking is not a part-time or occasional exercise. Everywhere we go, we haven an opportunity to network with others.”
Timothy M. Houston, No-Nonsense Networking: The Straightforward Guide to Making Productive, Profitable and Prosperous Contacts and Connections

Lisa A. Mininni
“Why is networking not working? My answer is simple. Many business owners don’t have a system in place to leverage their networking. Their time, effort and money spirals down the drain because they lack follow up. Instead of returning to your office, checking the email, and losing that business card in a graveyard box of business cards, continue connecting with your new acquaintance. One basic tip: Connect on social media within two days of meeting them. Personalize your message to them reminding them where you met. When you add this step, watch as your network expands exponentially.”
Lisa A. Mininni

Timothy M. Houston
“When you are networking you are doing more than just marketing your business; you are marketing yourself.”
Timothy M. Houston, No-Nonsense Networking: The Straightforward Guide to Making Productive, Profitable and Prosperous Contacts and Connections

“When I met my first 'millionaire' at 15, I knew that I had to pay attention. I mustered the courage & asked for the secret to success. "Golf," he said. That was it. One word clearly lost on me until years later.”
Colleen Ferrary Bader

Gary Rohrmayer
“Effective networkers know how to make a positive first impression. They understand their environment and know want is acceptable and unacceptable conversation and attire. They know how to get people to talk about themselves, their business, their desires and dreams. They know how to tell who they are and what they do in twenty-five words or less, in a way that draws questions out of others. There is nothing more annoying than someone who just talks about themselves and shows little interest in others. Networkers are effective listeners and continually learning about the nuances of their communities and the leaders who serve them.”
Gary Rohrmayer, Church Planting Landmines

“Network marketing is not for everyone because, NOT EVERYONE has goals. Stop trying to make everyone around you goal-oriented.”
Olawale Daniel

Timothy M. Houston
“Treat each event you attend and each person that you meet as if it were an appointment with your one of your best clients -- even if you are meeting that person for the very first time.”
Timothy M. Houston, No-Nonsense Networking: The Straightforward Guide to Making Productive, Profitable and Prosperous Contacts and Connections

Frank Sonnenberg
“Don’t wait until you desperately need a social network to begin developing one.”
Frank Sonnenberg, BookSmart: Hundreds of real-world lessons for success and happiness

Timothy M. Houston
“Let 'the cause' become the 'because' – the reason – for people to do business with and to refer business to you”
Timothy M. Houston, Leads To Referrals

Keisha Mabry
“It's about the who not the do.”
Keisha Mabry, Hey Friend: 100 Ways to Connect with 100 People in 100 Days

J'son M. Lee
“Folk spend so much time trying to be connected to people because of who they are, what that relationship represents to them or what they think that person can do for them. Just give me people who I know in my heart know God personally. That's the greatest human connection I can have. That’s REAL networking.”
J'son M. Lee