Your Tennis Coaching Network

I’m a big fan of Grant Cardone’s work.

And here is another great tip from GC.

Your network will determine your net-worth.

Man, does that hit home or what?

Today let’s talk about your network.

What counts for you is that you re-connect with it and focus on expanding it every week from today.

I’ll address the first one.

Today contact 10 people that you know, but haven’t seen in a long time, this could be a high school or a college friend.

Just call them and check up on how they are doing.

Make the call all about them and don’t try to sound like you are selling them anything.

That is what is going to make this all work for you in the long run.

After they tell you their latest news, the conversation should turn to you and this is when you should ask them.

“Let’s meet for lunch sometime soon?”

Confirm a day and time and then make another call, then repeat the process.

“The purpose of the call is to reconnect with them over lunch and then get a hot lead and not try to make a sell or anything”.

At lunch.

Again, make the meeting be all about them and what is going on in their lives and not yours.

Have at least 25 powerful questions that you can ask them, to get them talking and revealing themselves to you.

After they open up to you, the conversation should turn back to you.

And this is when you have tried to get that lead.

Tell them about your product or service and do it in a passionate way, then ask, “Is there anyone that you know of, that may be interested”?

This should get you at least 3 or 2 good solid leads.

But make sure, you ask in a natural way.

It’s all about how you ask!! (Practice doing this in the mirror)

Friends like to help other friends, but make sure that you are approaching them as a true friend.

If for some reason they can’t think of anyone, don’t force the issue.

Add them to your power base and follow up with an email later.

In that case, what will usually happen is, they will email you after a week or so and then give you the leads because you connected with them on a personal level and you imprinted the referral on their subconscious mind during lunch.

The other thing I want to get you guys to do is to…

Grow your power base through daily networking.

Your goal is to meet 30 new people a day.

Have a great attitude and forget about dealing with rejection.

Keep the big picture in mind and just keep on meeting more people and growing your power base.

Good luck!!

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is senior ICT professional who talks about #it, #cloud, #servers, #software, and #innovation. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal. Facebook: rabinsxp Instagram: rabinsxp

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