The COnNeCtworker - A Business Parable That Elevates Networking To A Whole New Dimension
Meet Victor! Mid-life crisis at 34 years old was hardly what Victor had planned for himself. After all, he was of at least average intelligence, likable, and hard-working. He had been married now for 10 years to Jennifer, his high school sweetheart, and they had two beautiful little girls, Faith and Gracie.
But his sales career was wearing him out. He was unexcited, unmotivated, and generally exhausted. He felt as if he was just going through the motions, and it was taking its toll on him, and on his marriage.
A frustrated salesman. He had it good when the economy was up, but since the recession hit, he has been struggling. His sales are low and his attitude is lower.
Written in the popular "business parable" style, - made popular with books like The Go Giver, Who Moved My Cheese, Raving Fans, The One Minute Manager, and more - The COnNeCtworker is an inspiring story that will draw you in. You'll be entertained, but you'll also learn how to take popular networking principles of Know, Like, and Trust, and make them work for you!
“All things being equal, people will do business with and
refer business to, those people they know, like and trust.”
~Bob Burg, Author of The Go Giver
But wait!!! Don't read this book if you can't meet the first factor as described in the book, even before the principles of Know, Like, and Trust are introduced...that is The Coachability Factor. Are you coachable? Are you open to learning and improving your own networking skills? If so, read on!
You'll discover several more factors under the Know, Like and Trust principles.
Principle 1: Be Known
The Availability Factor
The Curiosity Factor
Principle 2: Be Liked
The Relatability Factor
The Believability Factor
Principle 3: Be Trusted
The Reliability Factor
The Influencer Factor
Find out how to implement these principles into your networking by embracing the various factor as illustrated in Victor's story. Find out what it takes to go from "networker" to "COnNeCtworker" and start truly connecting!