You all know that having and keeping a robust network is vital to our career success.
We know the clichés, we’ve been to the networking events. Let’s be honest:
Knowledge is not what’s holding you back from building a strong network.
Knowing how to take action and find the new connections most beneficial to your career goals?
Knowing how to take action and begin a conversation with new people?
Knowing how to take action and properly introduce yourself to strangers?
Knowing how to take regular action and how do you maintain a habit of connecting with those in your network?
That’s where my friend David Burkus comes in.
David is a best-selling author, an award-winning podcaster, and a business school professor. He’s sold thousands of copies of his books, spoken to audiences like Fortune 500 companies and the US Naval Academy, and has a TED talk that’s been viewed more than 1.7 million times.
And he’ll be the first to tell you it was the friends in his network that helped him get there.
For the last 2 years, David’s been studying the science of social networks and became angry at the amount of bad advice out there. Most of it is well-meaning, but almost all of it is just advice from one single person on what might have worked well for them.
None of it was a system that could be repeated and NONE of it was based on the scientific research on how humans make connections and strengthen their relationship.
So he did something about it.
David just released a simple but powerful ebook called:
10 Days To A Better Network
In this brief PDF, you’ll walk through 10 evidence-based tactics to truly grow your network and leverage it for your success.
This isn’t a collection of rote advice such as “polish your elevator pitch” or “always eat meals with new people.” Instead, it’s going to outline what 50+ years of social network science research has shown and provide an activity or method that leverages this research to strengthen your network.