Hacking Relationships With Two Simple Apps
I think we’ve all heard the phrase it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Maybe you’ve even heard the phrase your net worth is in your network.
I think we can all agree that having a larger network is a good thing.
Our network is people in our lives who can:
- Help us get through problems
- Challenge us and work towards our goals
- Get more clients and referral sources – people who can connect us with other potential clients
Our networks can have exponential growth!
The problem is that in the audio world most of us aren’t just bad at networking, we’re horrible at it.
And I get it…I’m awful at networking, too.
Tell me if you can relate to this: I meet someone and we have a good conversation with the potential for a mutually beneficial relationship.
Then I just let it fade away. I don’t follow up, I don’t email, I don’t text, and I don’t set up another lunch. This is something that happens to me on a weekly or even daily basis.
If you can relate to this, it has to stop.