Networking: it’s an inside job. You’ll want to look deep within, for that is the well from which your actions spring.

I believe it’s true that we “receive what we believe.” If you are not receiving all that you desire, our University courses can help you clarify and enhance your beliefs and choices. Just take a look at our faculty offerings in the Personal Development Department and you will begin to realize the magnitude of the opportunity you have to address your inner being. Not only will our courses contribute to your success in networking, but they will also play a role in your success with your family, your community and your world.

As you awaken to smell the roses, you will become much more effective in all aspects of your life. And that, my friends, is what we are all about in this profession.

I took my first personal development course in 1982, “Money and You,” by Marshall Thurber. To say it changed my life is quite the understatement. I learned that I had choices, and that my choices in every moment affect not only me but also my family, friends, community and the rest of the world. Among the many keys to success I learned was that it’s really all about me, not about my circumstances—and that money has nothing to do with it! (Although as I once heard Jim Rohn say, “To see how you’re doing in your own personal growth department, look at the balance in your checkbook!”)

In 1985, I took another course called “Secrets of a Powerful Presentation” from Rich Dad, Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki. Robert facilitated a powerful process for discovering what’s inside and letting it out authentically. I would guess I have taken at least 20 different programs since then, and every one has contributed to who I am today by revealing more about me to myself.

Ask any top networker about his or her inner work. Listen for the secrets to their success in their response. Continue your own inner work, and let us help you here at Networking University.

Remember: education changes everything!

Pick up a course, read a book, join a webinar and enjoy a great summer!

Glenn Head
Dean, Networking University
dean@networkingtimes.com