Networking Ninja

by Andy Bounds on August 19, 2014 · 1 comment

Networks that fitHere’s my advice on how to become a Networking Ninja, so you work the room quicker than before, better than before and with more confidence than before…

Networking within BNI is often pretty pleasant. Members have been trained how to do it well.  They ask lots of good questions about your business. You know that you’ll be welcomed into any group you approach. And, although networking is never easy, BNI makes it as easy as it’s possible to be.

However, it isn’t always like this. Go into a room where people haven’t been trained how to network….well, that’s an entirely different matter.

So how can you be brilliant in these rooms?

How can you confidently go through the front door, stride into the room with purpose, and approach the right person immediately?

And, when you get to them, say the right thing so that conversation starts effortlessly and instantly?

Although this can seem pretty hard, there are actually only two things to master:

  • Who to approach; and
  • What to say to them

In this short video, I use Lego to help you master both. The techniques are very easy to understand, comfortable to do and – most importantly – lead to great outcomes for you. It won’t take you long to watch – it’s only four minutes long. So, why not have a look now? 

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Andy Bounds is an expert at helping BNI members sell more. He has spoken at BNI conferences all over the world, helping thousands of our members to win more business. To watch more of his videos, click here 

 

Andy Bounds
Andy Bounds has helped his customers win over £8billion of new business. He was voted Britain’s Sales Trainer of the Year. His book The Jelly Effect (Capstone) is an international best-seller. To receive his weekly tips on improving sales and communication, visit www.andybounds.com/tips.

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Janey Leonard-myers August 20, 2014 at 13:57

Hello, I unfortunately can’t see the video at present. Not sure if it is a technical error but the anticipation of the video is killing me :)

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