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Networking Tips For Those Who Don’t Like Networking


Networking Tips for Network Marketing Professionals

Does the thought of networking make you want to crawl in a hole and cry? Are you shy? Afraid to talk to people? Maybe you don’t know the first thing to say when networking? Watch this brief video for networking tips and my story on how I went from being a shy teacher to a 7-figure earner in my profession…then read below for today’s blog with more ideas!

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 The #1 thing people feel comfortable talking about is themselves. And the easiest thing to do in conversation is ask questions. I ask people things like: “Where do you live? Do you have kids? What are their ages? Where do they attend school? What do you do? Do you love what you do?” etc

Think about it this way: Larry King is the “King of Questions”. He made a really great living asking people questions and interviewing them. We do the same thing as professional networkers: we make a great living getting to know others, and mastering the art of networking—one question at a time 

So get out there—accept that invitation to the networking event. Go and network (alone!) Ask a lot of questions, learn to master the art of great conversation (with questions) and see where it will lead! Be the King (or Queen) of Questions! That’s how you’ll find your “Aces”!

I’d love to hear some of your favorite networking tips in the “comments” section below!

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Who is Sarah Robbins? The #1 earner in her company and one of the world’s leading network marketing distributors. She is also the author of the best-selling book ROCK YOUR NETWORK MARKETING BUSINESS that you can purchase here.

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