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Helping Healers Move Forward in Business

‘Healing Practitioners’ do not fit in a ‘regular world’. As healers, they have a
calling to do something more, but get stuck in their limitations whether it is
old programming, self-confidence and self-worth, or self-value to receive money.

It is essential that we have better relationships with who we are, what our gifts are, what we can share, and recognize that we can receive money for what we are doing,
to serve other people, and to have a better life.

Unfortunately limitations can get in the way. So, it is vital that you have a relationship with yourself first, if you are going to be successful. Relationships
affect our entire world, so it is crucial that we work on ourselves first.

For some people they get stuck in only focusing on the business aspects. Business success is broader than simply creating and producing, marketing and selling a product and/or service, and making a profit. The main emphasis foremost should be on the foundation. To build enduring business relationships, it begins with ‘you’.

Shift the Focus to Serving Others Updated

Shift your focus from Getting to Giving. In this case, it means time and time again, on a consistent basis, provide value to others. That philosophy happens to be financially profitable, and an influential way to live your life and operate your business.

Equally, the key to moving forward in
your business is to stay open to receiving.
A perfect example is taken from the
Go-Giver book on the Law of Receptivity.

In this passage, Pindar, the mentor, says to Joe, “Joe, I want you to breathe out and don’t breathe in.” So Joe tries. After eight seconds – he’s gasping … ten seconds – gasping … twelve seconds … he cannot do it any longer.

He finally starts coughing. He says, “I have to breathe in. I can’t just breathe out.”

Pindar says, “Well, Joe, what if I told you it’s been scientifically proven that it’s healthier to breathe out than it is to breathe in?”

“That’s crazy! You have to do both.”

“You must breathe out, which is giving, and you must breathe in, which is receiving.”

Build a relationship with yourself first. Serve people. Look for opportunities to truly serve, and add value to people’s lives.  Be open to receive.


 

This article was originally posted in Bellésprit magazine. The magazine content features topics of inspiration, guidance, personal experiences, and spirit messages all leading our diamond in the rough to healing and growing into the best ‘diamond’ we were meant to be. Be sure to subscribe to Bellésprit Magazine, a wealth of information.

 

How to Grow Your Business and Build Your Network through Twitter

How do you grow your business and build your network through Twitter?

Build attraction. Focus on relationship building and deliver real value.  Create valuable tweets. Your tweets should contain one or more of these four elements: Entertain, Educate, Enhance, and Engage.

Entertainment is subjective. If your tweets need to be explained like jokes than the message will be lost. Think bigger audience. Share videos, such as music, comedy from professionals, and emotional stories that will touch people’s hearts, messages that make us think. Children and pets are huge hits, if they are in alignment with your Twitter strategy.

Educate people. Shift the focus to serving others. Post tweets that educate people in areas that will improve their lives. That doesn’t necessarily mean you should send them an article about how great your service or product is. This is not a selling opportunity, but rather an education to help individuals with something else. It can be a third party blog or article that validates what you are doing. There will be plenty of opportunities to share your products and services after you have established trust and rapport with your Twitter community.

Enhance their lives. Share tweets that enhance their lives that has absolutely nothing to do with buying something from you. Tweet something that will make an impact, one that makes a positive change in someone’s life.

Zig Ziglar Quote on Motivation updated

Motivational and inspirational quotes are one of the most frequently ‘Retweeted’ tweets simply because so many people are looking for inspiration. One of my favorite quotes from Zig Ziglar: “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily”.

Engage with people. To create engagement first you have to engage with other people. Comment on their posts and answer their questions, and then when you start building a rapport you will earn the right to ask people your own questions. People are watching you and how you are responding, so give first. In any relationship we end up receiving more when we give first than sitting back and waiting for somebody else to come and give to us first.

Having those four elements will be a strong magnet that will turn on the follower magnet and allow people to come to you. Embrace the 4E’s and people will be attracted to you, and want to follow your account.

Also, you can automate some of your messages to create a presence. When I automated one of my client’s tweets, it saved them about 20 – 30 hours a month from having to post those messages. They were able to take that time back, and focus on engagement and develop connections. And from that they were able to create and attract new clients. There can be a workable balance between automation and live tweeting, making it very effective for people to grow their business.

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When tweeting, remember the 4E’s. People that broadcast only about their specials, and what they are doing is ineffective. It’s all about people to people.  People want to connect with the person. It is not the Yellow Pages’ AD or the Sunday newspaper. We all are bombarded with so much information and so many offers that is important to take the time and apply those 4E’s. Look to construct your tweets the way that the reader is going to see them.

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EATING ELEPHANTS - JustForToday

Years ago I started the #JustForToday conversation on Twitter with the intention of sharing profound and meaningful reflections, messages that are both inspirational and motivational. I’ve received tremendous responses from people around the world who have gained inspiration and renewed hope in themselves. Every day hundreds of the ReTweets of the #JustForToday messages are shared with people throughout the Twitterverse. Several of those people have generously shared their own daily affirmations, and they have added great value to the conversation.

Almost daily there are well intended comments that ‘the thought’ should be an everyday habit, and not just for today. Ideally they are right, and essentially that is the goal and purpose of this topic. However, for many people who’ve just started to take control of their lives, have moved into a better mindset, and have gotten closer to becoming who they are on the inside, facing an everyday commitment is overwhelming. Merely getting through the day or in some cases an hour is a challenge.

JustForToday Quote - All Things Are Possible

Years ago I heard someone ask a group, “How do you eat an elephant?” while discussing how they had so many things to do in their life. The answer to “How do you eat an elephant?” is simply “One Bite at a Time”. Looking at a humongous elephant in front of you and knowing you have to eat the whole thing – you’ll look at the elephant, look at yourself and your belly, and come up with a thousand reasons and excuses why you will never accomplish that task. By shifting your thought to a bite at a time and enjoying the process, you will see yourself making significant progress instead of getting stuck and stopping the journey.

Several people I know that have gone through recovery programs have used the same mindset. Facing the thought of never being able to drink again is too much to comprehend. Knowing that it is ‘Just For Today’ that they are going to be clean and sober helps them overcome their addictions.

The #JustForToday messages are a place to begin your daily personal transformation, and develop the internal strength and solid foundation to build new futures. In time, step-by-step, day-by-day you will become the master of your mind. You will be able to easily make the shift to accomplish all your goals.

Many people I have worked with do not have a positive support system close by, or they may be easily influenced by family members who are not supportive of their dreams. For those individuals, again, taking it a day at a time may be the only way to keep their dreams alive long enough to make them come true.

JustForToday Quote - I AM an open vessel to receive grace & abundance

Since the #JustForToday messages started I have made an even bigger effort to recite my personal affirmations several times a day, and have observed a major improvement in all the areas of my intentions. Simply pick the messages that ring true to you and the areas of your life you wish to improve, and read them out loud first thing in the morning upon rising and the last thing at night before you go to sleep. For added power read them to yourself, as you are looking in the mirror and add your name to the message.

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Loving Myself

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Embracing Life

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Making Better Choices

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Worthy Of All The Greatness Which Comes MY Way

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Getting Better Every Day In Every Way

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Grateful For Everything In My Life

Name #JustForToday ~ I AM Surrounded By People Who Inspire Me

Name #JustForToday ~ I Know MY Future Depends On What I Do Today

Name #JustForToday ~ I Have FAITH In Me & My Dreams

Name #JustForToday ~ I Create Only JOYFUL Experiences

Name #JustForToday ~ I Love & Accept Myself For I AM Unique & Perfect

 

I would love to hear from you about the shifts you create in all areas of your life by committing to #JustForToday affirmations.  Be sure to

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And, How It Causes Lost Business Opportunities

Twitter and Social Media has quickly become a necessary part of our business and marketing plan

Twitter and Social Media are an essential part of our business and marketing plans.

Ultimately, you want to create the best possible presence to build your brand, and
to develop the best use of your time to invest on Twitter.

Don’t you?

Make these changes to your Twitter profile, and become an even better magnet for your future customers.

Mistake #1:  No Photo, Bad Photo or Logo

When someone new clicks onto your Twitter page they will decide whether to stay or go within 4 to 10 seconds.  By uploading a current, professional looking photo, it will encourage them to look around more – knowing that a real person is connected with your account.

TwitterEggNoAccounts with Egg photos tells us that you are not willing to reveal yourself to the Twitterverse.  So, unless you’re in witness protection, get a photo up there!  A recent photo is a must.  Your high school pic or glamour shot from 20 years ago may be a great picture of you, but if someone connected to you on Twitter and met you at the grocery store, would they recognize you?  You should change your photo as often as your looks change.

Unless your company is an easily recognizable brand image, you will be better served by sharing your personal photo.  People are on social media to connect with and build relationships that will enhance their lives.  By not having a current photo, your audience will not be able to build the ‘know, like and trust’ relationship they need to have with you to help them make a comfortable financial decision to invest their money in your services and/or products.

Mistake #2: Incomplete Profile Information

Next to your photo this step is vital in communicating to the Twitterverse – who you are and what your purpose is on Twitter.  Referring to that 4 to 10 second impression window, we need to tell the reader what they will expect to see in your tweet stream so they can determine if you are follow worthy.

Many people are not aware that your Twitter profile is searchable by all the search engine spiders.  Filling your profile with your web site’s key words and the niche you serve will help people to find you through both Twitter searches and Google/Bing queries.  You are limited to 160 characters in your profile, remove unnecessary words, (ex: I like to, I this or that).

Lastly, focus on how you want to be found in a creative charming way – ‘Ditch the Pitch’! It’s social media – Be Social.

Mistake #3:  Location, Location, Location

Again, if you are in witness protection – please ignore this tip.

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There are so many opportunities to create conversations with someone new if you let the Twitterverse know where you live.  By sharing that I live in St. Petersburg, it opened up so many chats from people who used to live here, or vacationed here or dreamed about visiting in the future. Even if your business is strictly on-line, people want to know where in the world they are talking to, and when they decide to invest in your services – they need to know where their money is going.

Be careful about being too cute or evasive in your location.  The Universe or The Land of My Dreams may at first be cute to you, but if you’re using Twitter to build your audience and your business, vague answers like this gives us the impression that you may not be reliable to trust with our time, much less our money.

Complete Your Profile!

Putting these Twitter Tips into practice will enhance the number of people stopping by your Twitter page, and in the end their decision to follow you and connect with you. Ultimately this can be the beginning of a new relationship that should benefit everyone involved.

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You would never think to go to a networking event without business cards.

Would you? 

Then it makes absolute sense to take advantage of your profile, and tell your audience what you are all about.

Completing your bio is an essential foundation for setting up your social media account, and should accurately portray your current position, skills, experience, etc. Updating your profile is smart in many ways. By not upgrading your bio, it gives an indication that you and your business are not growing and probably will not fill the needs of your prospects.

Your social media profile and header answer a number of questions. The new visitor to your page is looking to determine if you are follow worthy, and if you can solve their problems.  Those questions are fired off in the heads of the reader within a couple of seconds.

The Questions . . .

Questions 2Who Are You?

People are looking to connect with people, so your bio should tell us your name. This should be common sense, but you’d be surprised on how many accounts do not include their name.

It is best to use your preferred name and use that same name across all of your social networks. Consistency is vital. Your connections will be looking for ‘you’ in their other accounts. Using ‘Joe’ on one, and ‘Joseph’ or ‘Joey’ on others will confuse them, and a confused mind never buys.
They will click away from your page.

People with common first and last names must make sure that they have unique differentiations in their bio and header. Also, a photo is absolutely essential, so people can pick you out of a lineup of Joe Millers.

Businesses need to be clear in separating the many accounts they may have for departments or branches with distinctions.  An example: Best Buy has separate accounts. Their main account, Canada, Support, News, Deals and CSR.

Questions 2What Do You Do?  

This is an opportunity to share your skills and interests with your audience. With LinkedIn and Facebook you have more opportunities to highlight accomplishments, affiliations, employers and to include a resume.

Twitter is unique in that your profile is limited to 160 characters. It is vital to be as succinct as possible.  Brevity will become your best friend on Twitter, so eliminate non-essentials words. Focus on using key words. People may be looking for solutions you can provide. Twitter bios and tweets are searchable. You’re going to want to be found by people you can provide services to.

The headers on all social sites are essentially a billboard to graciously grab the attention of the visitor.  Be certain to convey how you can help them, and how they can connect with you.

People are primarily online for the purpose of answering questions and solving problems. By paying attention to these 2 Essential Questions, you will attract more followers, expand your reach and generate new traffic to your website.

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Are you using a default Twitter header? If you want to leave a lasting impression, consider this …

The design of your Twitter page is an important consideration before you begin your journey into the Twitterverse. It establishes a first impression on Twitter. Just as in face-to-face meetings, when meeting new people you will be accessed within seconds. The Twitter default designs lack personality, and do not establish your brand.

Check out our services for personalized, custom headers.

 

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I moved out of the world of factory work realizing that getting hurt was only going to shorten my life. What’s more, not working with the best foreman who had little people skills forced me out of working for a big organization and manual labor. Getting out of that world led me to becoming an entrepreneur. In addition, at that time my uncle who was in his 50’s worked for a huge refrigeration company. The owner of the company ran for the governor’s race, lost and came back after his recovery time, and told my uncle that he didn’t need him anymore.

I observed what happened to my uncle from a distance, and learned from his experience. I saw his challenge, and decided to broaden my skills. So, if something else happened to me later on, I did not have to rely on my back as the only means of financial support. My intuition, awareness and knowledge told me that I should use my brain, my personality, and my inner personal skills to create an income and livelihood.

What is your inner guidance telling you?

How will you shift from working for someone else
to working for yourself?

There is a saying …
You can’t do anything about THE economy, but you can do something about YOUR economy. Invest in yourself even if you are a side-preneur, build a side business while you are still straddling (working 9 to 5 and building your own business). You still will have that backup plan or something else that is going to feed your soul.

There are great benefits to being an entrepreneur. Your time is your time. The biggest thing is there are no clocks. For example, I do not depend on clocks. My natural cycle is 10 pm through 4 am, my most productive times. With that, I can work when I want.

My best advice for someone that wants to be an entrepreneur is to focus on what you do best, and hire out the rest. There are numerous people who play at the stuff that they are struggling with. So, why are we struggling to do everything? Hand off your bookkeeping, hand off your taxes. Have an understanding of what is going on, but some of the administrative stuff and all those other things, you are not being productive.

How do you find success?

To find success, look for the opportunities and take action. One of my coaches had a saying, “Say YES and Figure Out How!” Or, find somebody else that knows how and partner with them to take advantage of those opportunities. Many opportunities can be found on social media.  One of the best social media platforms is Twitter. Twitter is like a global town square where there are no limits of what you can share with other people.

Build Better RelationshipsYou can use Twitter to build your audience, build your traffic and grow your business. It’s all based around Building Better Relationships. It’s not B to B, or B to C, it’s really people to people. For me, it’s helping people to master the business of life, especially entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs struggle with hurdles and emotional conflicts. So, how can entrepreneurs work through those hurdles?

That is one of the things that differentiates me from other Twitter experts. Mind mastery is one of the aspects I focus on, for people to understand and incorporate it into everything they do. Twitter is a great vehicle to share inspirational messages and continue personal growth, as you grow into your potentials.

Mind mastery comes down to the habits, and the things that we do and the things we can control. After losing a position in 2008, I started tweeting to get myself off of the couch, and received great responses. That is part of why I share my #JustForToday affirmations on Twitter, reminding ourselves that we cannot go from the bottom of the ladder to the top rung of the ladder in one step. There are different steps along the way. So, if you can keep reaching for a better feeling thought, just for today, then you will make better choices. For example, #JustForToday I am going to eat better. #JustForToday I am going to exercise. #JustForToday I am going to make those phone calls. Build those habits. In building those habits it takes about 60 – 90 days. Anything before 60 days I have always talked myself out of it, and I would stop. But once I got past 90 days that became part of my DNA. I now have almost 2,635 straight days where I have meditated and practiced yoga.

MeditationMeditation helps you center yourself, and allows energy to flow through you. Even to just quiet your mind. Napoleon Hill talked about it and his invisible team. That is what I feel about meditation. I go in with my questions. I have my invisible team, my Crystal Collective. I have asked people that are in my life now and those that have passed over to be in that collective. I quiet my mind, ask questions and allow the answers to roll in. When I allow that to happen the answers come in quicker instead of struggling, looking for something else. For example, if I am not making progress with my work, I go sit in our healing room and allow that to come in and refuel myself. It helps me to look for the next opportunities.

Meditation can be anything else you want it to be. It doesn’t necessarily have to be 20 – 30 minutes, sitting in the lotus position with your legs crossed, arms folded. In another way, it is a variation of prayer. Prayer is you asking for help. I think meditation is the Universe and God answering you back. You can grab that in just a couple seconds wherever you are in the course of the day.  Keep an open mind. It’s like a parachute. If it isn’t open, it doesn’t work.

What can you do for the greater good? For me, my #JustForToday quotes are little reminders to help people make a better choice. What can you work on today? What are your baby steps? By sharing motivational quotes as Zig Ziglar said … “it is a motivational bath, people need it every day”.  We don’t know how many people are watching, and the words we put out and the impact they have on people’s lives. So, I am dedicated to putting that motivation out there. You never know what is going to happen. If it touches one life, and the life they are going to touch then the whole butterfly effect goes into place. I am taking on my responsibility that I am going to continue to display a large dose of motivation every day because I know it may have an impact on someone else’s life.

If you would like to know more about Gary, and how he can help you get the most from your Twitter account and create a bigger presence in the Twitterverse, schedule some time to speak with him.

 

Allow Your Prospects & Customers to Tell You Their Needs, stories can be

Stories can be invisible influencers in creating cash conversations. Creating an emotional connection with a success story that a prospect or potential customer
can relate to and can imagine doing, ultimately will help them get the same results.

However, I believe that inviting the prospect to tell their own story rather than automatically going into your own story can be the most impactful conversation starter, an even faster path to cash.

The perception of sales people is often that of manipulation – trying to get you to buy something you don’t want. Because of that perception, there are automatic alarms that go off in the prospect’s head – just like the robot in the TV show, Lost In Space: “Warning, Warning Will Robinson, Danger Danger.”

By having a number of prepared conversational and opening questions available,
you will allow the prospect to tell their story: how they met their partner, how they got started in their business, and any number of problems they encountered along
the way. Questions like “How did you get started in the ____ business?”, or “What brought you into the store today?” are just a few suggestions on how to get the conversation flowing and will allow them to be the star of the show.

LISTENING

Sales resistance is increased when
the prospect does not feel heard and understood, coupled with the need to be validated. It makes absolute sense to invest the time to learn about the prospect, their story, their needs and purchasing history. Doing so will allow them to ‘sell or qualify’ themselves, greatly reducing your efforts.

These conversation starters will work both on and off line. People are looking to connect, and be recognized in all areas of their lives and business. By giving them the floor, it may seem like you’ll lose control of the conversation. However, that will not be the case, if you are genuinely interested in serving their needs and helping them improve their life in some way.

Use their name in a natural conversational manner

Bonus Tip ~ Use their name in a natural conversational manner. I have noticed a huge shift in the conversations I have with my Twitter community when I include their name in my reply. The most beautiful sound to a human’s ear is the sound of their own name. It is well worth any effort to dig into your prospect’s Tweet Stream or website to retrieve their name, if it’s not included in their profile. We all feel better when we are being personally spoken to. Your customers and prospects will be appreciative of this gesture, as well as the onlookers in your social networking communities, networking and business activities. When they see you have a personal relationship with others, they will want to get closer so that they can be recognized and develop a relationship with you and your business.

Take a look at these 3 free eBooks to help Build Better Relationships on & off line, and in your personal relationships.

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Breaking The Rules

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Years ago I learned an excellent lesson. I broke one of my
primary coaching rules:

RULE # 1:  Never Answer An UNASKED Question.

Over time it has become clear that unless someone is asking for help only then
will they be willing to hear and accept direction and guidance. For a moment,
think of your children, family or friends when you gave them unsolicited advice
about something that would have saved them some type of pain. Even with your
well-meaning intention, what happened? Did they listen to your unsolicited advice?  Probably not.

My dilemma was another rule:

RULE # 2:  When you see someone drowning, DON’T stop and ask them if they need help.  Do Something To Help.

Coming from the mindset of being a Go-Giver, I look for opportunities to help others and add value to their life.  Usually in my coaching practice I can sense the direction of where my clients are heading, and easily guide them to ask for help.

Getting back to the scenario years ago when I learned an excellent lesson. When
I broke my 1st rule, it happened when I noticed someone I’ve known for years struggling with a situation. Better yet, I felt they were struggling. I reached out
asking if something was wrong because they did not seem to be flowing as well as
I had seen in the past.

The reaction was surprising – but, shouldn’t have been if I had remembered that
first rule. They were not open to receiving any of the console; or, perhaps they
simply needed it wrapped up prettier.

My question is – which rule would you have broken?  Drop me an email at: Gary@GaryLoper.com

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How Relationships Affect Your Business

Life’s daily occurrences change from day to day. These changes evolve and although they sometimes may appear as challenges, they truly are meant to serve a higher purpose, all for soul growth. We learn from our experiences, if we are open to receive the lesson. For me, my growth stemmed from my family dynamics, relationships.

Maya Angelou quote

Early on in life I started to observe relationships within family dynamics. After studying relationships, I looked to model relationships after those that worked effectively. It has been a constant theme throughout my life, looking at how we are relating to one another, to ourselves, and how we relate to our environment, finances and exercise to name a few. We are always in a relationship. That is the magic key. If we work on Building a Better Relationship with ourselves and get that mastery, we can have better relationships with whatever we choose to bring into our lives.

This theory applies to Social Media, as well. Social Media has really leveled the playing field. Everybody has an opportunity to play with the ‘big’ guys and the ‘little’ guys. One of my clients mentioned that there are over 10,000 Baby Boomers who are no longer working every day, either by choice or by being pushed out. That means there are 10,000 people that have a lot of experience. How can we be different than the next person on Social Media?

One of the things I picked up from Bob Burg’s teachings is his Golden Rule of Networking“All things being equal, people will do business with, and refer business to, those people they know, like and trust.” A lot of people get that ‘know, like and trust’ part, but what I focus on is … “all things being equal”. 

So, if I am a life coach, a mindset coach, and if there are a 1,000 other people doing the same thing, what differentiates me from everybody else?  Whether you are selling makeup, juice or something else, the consumers are looking for a connection. They are looking for something that they can tap into other than just a product.

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The days of the yellow pages, or the Sunday paper where you saw an AD and ran to the store was your only choice. Now everyone has choices. They are looking beyond simply the purchase. They want more value, a sense of connection. They want to belong to something better and bigger, which is going to solve their current problems, and may give them a path to trust you with their future problems.

So, how can you build relationships on Social Media?

With me, I started studying personal development when I got introduced to Tony Robbins and Denis Waitley through video tapes while working on my marketing degree in 1989. I started studying personal development every day, and I collected a lot of motivational quotes that became tweets. I had a whole library of them, so I started tweeting them. I instantaneously found that people began responding to them. They responded with …’great messages’. I saw that connection, the need to be available and to tweet with people. Talking to them was one thing that differentiated me from other coaches.  They were broadcasting rather than conversing with people, and responding to what they were talking about.

Each Day I Give Thanks

People responded to my #JustForToday messages. Reaching out to people has touched people’s lives in a lot of ways.  This is the power of one tweet.  Never underestimate the power of a single tweet.

I am more motivated to share those messages because I know it is going to touch people’s lives. By doing that I will attract other people who like the way I do business, the way I interact, and the way that I am serving. They will see the consistency, doing things the same way. They will begin to feel a level of trust, and start the process of working together. That is the formula. Go out there and connect, go out and serve. Be social, serve a higher good, solve people’s problems, and you will attract people.

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You may also want to read Gary’s free eBook, 37 Keys to Better Networking Relationships: The Art of Networking.

Bob Burg, coauthor of The Go-Giver and author of Endless Referrals had to say this about Gary’s ’37 Keys to Better Networking Relationships:

“Terrific. Filled with nuggets of Networking Gold. Follow Gary’s advice and you’ll find Networking to be a very gratifying and profitable aspect of your business!” ~Bob Burg