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Bob’s advice is solid, easy to understand, and easy to implement.
Endless Referrals: Network Your Everyday Contacts into Sales by Bob Burg
Do not talk about yourself and your business.
Endless Referrals, Third Edition
It includes chapters on: After the introduction, invest Point out practices in your profession that shouldn’t be happening, because they’re unethical or otherwise negative. Sep 26, Eddie rated it it was amazing.
Bob Burg believes that the answer to this question lies in the way you communicate. This is a book I highly recommend anyone in business read and reread and keep on their desk.
Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Should be used as reference material. If you’re a life insurance salesperson targeting the wealthy, you can cross-promote with other businesses targeting that group. The list will also enable you to kee and emotional distance from the process of sales since you will no longer worry constantly about where you will find another prospect if you do not close the current one.
Do not limit your networking to just events which are tied to your business. I’ve never done cold calling or door-to-door prospecting, but I used to do a lot of in-person networking. It’s mostly about in-person networking, and there are some tips for using the phone, but the edition I read didn’t cover anything online, which is where I spend most of my networking time.
However, most of the online information and door-to-door techniques are a bit outdated in my opinion. Should tell what you do and how it will benefit the person using your services.
What do you enjoy most about your profession? The tips and tactics that Bob Burg shares brg timeless and can be applied on so many different levels.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Form a ridiculous silly, illogical association between the mental picture suggested by the name or sound-alike and the outstanding facial feature. I’ll give you some info about our products, including info that may help you with some of the problems you’ve had.
Watch for them to leave the group they’re in, then walk up and introduce yourself. I like the technique for remembering people’s names.
Jul refeerals, Brian is currently reading it. What do you know that the public needs or wants to know about, or has the right to know? Example to remember James Conant: You can achieve this by initiating a conversation in which the other person enjoys.
By finding out the average number of people invited to a funeral or a wedding.
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I know I certainly do. So far, endles generous and giving is the crux of business in a cruel and ruthless world. I wish I’d read this years ago, when I first started networking at in-person events.
An attorney and accountant reverrals agree to allow each other’s clients to call the other professional with a quick question for a limited time for a day trial. Mar 04, Tyler Blomberg rated it liked it. If you’ve been around the sales world for any amount of time, you won’t find anything new here. A good read for anyone. Aug 05, Michelle rated it it was amazing.