373: Freestyle Friday | The 3 Best Kept Networking Secrets
In this episode of Freestyle Friday, with your host Travis Chappell, he shares a glimpse into the building the network of your dreams. As the title suggests, Travis dives into his three best-kept networking secrets and how the background on how he developed them. Tune in to get the secrets to building your network today.
- The background on developing a show on networking
- The genuine way to go about learning about something you don’t know.
- The secrets to how the most well-connected people go about networking.
- Secret #1: How you can connect to and become the top 1% in your industry
- Secret #2: How to add value to anyone
- Secret #3: How to hack other people’s circles by leveraging relationships
3 Key Points:
- The best approach to building a network is to not pretend, but develop genuine skills by learning from the people from who you want to learn.
- One of the keys to building your network is adding value to others.
- The best way to leverage relationships is to spend time building
- “I went the genuine way, which is to start a show about something you don’t know about…and get really good at asking questions to people who you want to learn from.” – Travis Chappell
- “When your playing with someone that’s way up here, you’re just going to get exponentially better.” – Travis Chappell
- “Your network will always increase in direct proportion to the amount of value that you can add to other people.” – Travis Chappell
- Visit Travis’ website at Buildyournetwork.co
- Join the Build Your Network Facebook group BYN.media/fb
- Join the Build Your Network University Facebook group here byn.university
- Leave a rating and review for the Build Your Network Podcast on iTunes
- Watch Travis’ free masterclass on how to build the network of your dreams at threenetworkingsecrets.com
- Get access to Audible’s largest selection of audiobooks at www.audible.com/network
- Download the Himalaya App in the App Store or Google Play
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