Ep 78: Top 5 tips On Becoming A Better Networker with Ozeal

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Hey there friend….

To be real with ya, it’s been one of those crazy, busy, “What the hell happened!!??” kind of week. ¬†Yes, it was nuts, but I managed to snatch a few wins: record an awesome interview for next weeks episode, had a great coaching call, and made an important decision in regards to my mission at hand.

So, no…I am not complaining…..

In this episode, I may sound super exhausted and thats because I was when I recorded this last night. After a long day and intensive coaching call, my mind was fried chicken! But, that didn’t stop me. I pressed record and made sure I gave you something to plug into this week.

I share my top 5 networking tips with you. We all know about the importance of relationship building. How vital it is to build your network to cultivate trust and develop relationships within our industry. I often get asked from people starting in this online business world, “where should I start?” “Do I need a website?” “Can you please help me get this Facebook page up, it’s urgent!” and so on.

The truth…

None of it matters. At least, not when your first starting your business. My biggest advice is to attend more live events. Go to meet-ups, conferences, and get connected with your industry. Provide something of value to them. Help them move their needle, be patient, and give, give, give, and give some more.

Attending networking events can be daunting. Introducing yourself to a stranger feels pretty weird at first, right? Maybe you’re not sure how much you should talk about your business. At what point, do you pass out your business card? There is definitely a science to becoming a great networker.

Check out my top 5 networking tips and incorporate them the next time you attend an event/meet-up. Then, Let me know how it turns out for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact and drop me a comment down below.

Until next time, Peace and 1ove.