TMBA506: The Power of In Person

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Dan and Ian recently came across a question in the private forum of The Dynamite Circle.

It was this: “How important has your network been to your success?”

It’s generally agreed that the power of having the right connections is absolutely fundamental to growing a business, especially a location independent one.

On today’s episode, we are sharing some of our own personal approaches to networking. These are useful whether you’re going to a conference, picking up a phone, or talking to people in your industry.

We’re also going to discuss some specific networking archetypes we’ve seen, and how they might help you develop your own personal strategy for networking.


Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • How your knowledge can get you in the room with some powerful people. (7:09)
  • The three things you need to be prepared with when you go to a networking event. (12:04)
  • The different types of people who are trying to network. (23:47)
  • How you can become embedded in the network you’re seeking to grow. (30:44)
  • What happens when you go into events with the intention of making genuine connections. (39:15)

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