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Networking Faux Pas—Desperation Doesn't Sell
Here at BNI, the world’s largest networking organization, we’ve got news for you: desperation is not referable. When people demonstrate certain behaviors as part of their networking efforts, it’s a tell-tale sign of desperation. Here are four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit: 1. The Card Dealer This is probably the most common form...
September 20, 2017
The Yarnell 7: The Power of Decisions
The Yarnell 7 e-book is based on the daily decisions Mark Yarnell made to achieve the legendary success he built as a network marketer, bestselling author, and world-class speaker. Acoording to his daughter, Amy Yarnell Carter, these seven decisions were the secret to Mark’s extraordinarily happy, successful, and all-around phenomenal life. In the introduction Amy says, “...
September 18, 2017
Winning with Laughter: Cultivate a Sense of Humor to Connect with Any Audience
To build her business, Jenny delivers several presentations per month. She feels confident about her product and business knowledge, but she wonders how she can make her content more impactful and engaging. Jenny wishes she could add an element of humor to her presentations, and she knows she could enjoy her presentations more if she...
September 14, 2017

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