Episode 50: How to Work a Room & Network Like a Pro, with special guest Sarah Gemmell
Networking can either be your jam or something you really try to avoid for a variety of reasons. If you’re like a lot of the clients I work with, you likely haven’t been taught HOW to strategically network.
Networking isn’t just showing up at an event without a plan. In fact, you can make a bigger bang for your buck and it won’t be as scary if you follow some simple networking “rules.”
In today’s episode, I have a fabulous interview with Networking Expert, Sarah Gemmell. She shares her best tips and tricks to make networking easy and incredibly impactful.
Sarah helps business owners and sales teams to map out and implement a more profitable networking strategy to increase their reach and their impact through consistent, high quality referrals and collaborations. In addition to consulting, Sarah also hosts virtual networking meetings for women in business every week and she hosts the fastest growing in person meet up for women in business in Gainesville, Georgia.
Where to find Sarah:
Join us at the Prosper Summit! October 6 in Gainesville GA Info and tickets: sarahjeanco.com/prosper
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Teaching You How to Create Profitable Connections, which will be held September 19 & 20 at 7 p.m. CT.
I will teach you how to strategically network, both online and in the face-to-face world as well as what you need to say and how to say it to your client prospects.
Whether you have a book of business as an executive or you own a business, this is game-changing information that will completely shift the trajectory of your business...giving you more client leads and more cash in the bank.
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