Reno Lovison and Tommy Love talk about the esentials of good networking PART ONE.
What do you look for when you first meet someone in a job interview or networking situation? According to a recent Harvard study, when meeting a new person, people want to know “Can I Trust This Person” and “Can I
Here are business cards from a few of the people I met who are involved in organizing a new BNI networking chapter in the Roscoe Village neighborhood of Chicago. One of the unusual things about this chapter is that they
Being more of an introvert or extrovert is just one preference that guides us in how we network successfully. The only thing about us being 100% is human. No one is 100% introvert or extrovert and throughout any one day,
Tommy Love is an enthusiastic Chicago entrepreneur who has reinvented himself after retiring from a successful 20+ year career in the automotive industry. Tommy is focused on using his life’s experience and thirst for knowledge into a series of strategies
You meet someone for the first time and at some point in the conversation, in one way or another, they ask, What Do You Do? You probably answer that question or a similar question every day … maybe several times
I just ran across a new twist on face-to-face networking which pro-ports to increase meaningful engagement through the use of innovative technology. The techno-gadget offered by Chicago based Proxfinity is a not too attractive device, attached to a traditional name
Think of networking as process rather than an event and use business cards as a way to keep score. This entails setting a goal such as planning to meet three new people a day and giving them your business card.
We have an in person Business Card to Business Networking Meeting in Chicago the LAST TUESDAY of every month. Doors Open at 6 PM and Meet until 8 PM 5203 N. Kimball Ave. Chicago. Plenty street parking or get there
The Importance Of Harnessing Connectional Intelligence “Connectional intelligence is about harnessing the connections you already have, to create meaning,” says Dhawan. “Think emotional intelligence meets connection.” Here is a link to a really good article about networking that feels