This week has begun with seventy degree weather and by “Networking with Bernie” at the Logan Square Library. Realtor Bernie Small has been hosting this group for about six year. Today’s presenter was language instructor Tony Marsh who demonstrated his
Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Jeff Williams of Bizstarters who specializes in assisting individuals interested in starting a business over the age of 50. In this episode of Jeff’s podcast “Running a Great Business After 50” we spoke
I am happy to announce that 10 days into the challenge I have 18 people who have joined me in my 100 Day Challenge to Grow Your Network and increase your sphere of influence. Once I get everyone’s permission I will
Some people have trouble getting a conversation going. Don’t panic. Often it is as simple as asking a question such as, “How’s your day going?” That’s a better question than, How are you doing? or What’s new? because it is
In this class you will learn easy practical tactics and concepts that you can start using right away to begin networking to grow your business. I’ll share proven real world examples from my book and lessons I have learned
Take a look at the video highlights of the October Chicago Business Card to Business Meetup. Since it was so close to Halloween we decided it would be fun to share business horror stories. We have all had things happen
Here are a few folks I met at a recent business speed networking group in Chicago. SpeedNetworking Chicago, IL 1,211 Members Speednetworking is a fun way to meet professionals in your area. Expand your net to capture potential future clients.
Okay so you want to make an impression. London based company Black Astrum has garnered some buzz from the likes of Huffington Post and others on the web offering for sale, diamond encrusted business cards. Sold in packs of 25,
Have you considered how others perceive you? Are you solidifying your uniqueness in the business realm? Do you want to be considered capable and reliable? What does your business image tell others? Find out how to improve on your first impression and create a winning business identity.
Contributor to Ft. Wayne Sentinel suggests that cookie sales are not a realistic business experience.