A Joosr Guide to… Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi and Tahl Raz, Joosr
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A Joosr Guide to… Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi and Tahl Raz

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There's no need to struggle as a lone entrepreneur, nor do you have to manipulate others to create your own success. Learn how to get connected and begin networking like never before, not only achieving your own goals but also allowing those around you to do the same.

Networking doesn't have to be a dirty word. It's not about climbing the social ladder or making contacts solely to take advantage of them. Never Eat Alone showcases a different and more powerful way to network, helping you connect with your peers to work together in a way that benefits everyone. The most successful people in the world know how to harness the power of networking, and with this book, so will you.

You will learn:

· That working to get ahead by yourself is scientifically proven to be a bad idea

· The skills needed to find your network and maintain strong, loyal relationships within this

· How modern technology has changed the way we network for the better.
18 printed pages
Publishers
Joosr, Joosr Ltd

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polarbearsketches
polarbearsketcheshas quotedlast year
Good networking isn’t about what you take from the people around you; it’s about what you can give to them. This means that you need to talk with the people in your network, learn their goals, and then make yourself entirely indispensable to those people by using your skills to aid theirs.
Fidan Tofidi
Fidan Tofidihas quotedlast year
how do you create a personal brand? Your main focus needs to be on whatever you can do that will add value to the people in your network: you need to be doing this faster, better, and more efficiently than anyone else. In addition, your image and how you portray yourself to others is important. Your appearance, your behavior and your words will all play a part in establishing your brand.
semokhort
semokhorthas quoted3 years ago
Real networking isn’t about forcing your way into conversations; nor is it about taking resources from other people just to strengthen your own career. To network successfully is to build a system of mutually beneficial relationships.

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