Networking isn’t just something you do during an event. It is a process you must take part in before, during, and after.
Networking leads to new business opportunities and new relationships. It’s paramount to your career and business. To help attendees, sponsors, and speakers prepare to connect and grow their networks this weekend at the Tribe Conference, or any other conference for that matter, I would like to share 10 tips on networking like a pro at a conference.
I’ve been busy working on my next book and my publisher recently sent me two potential covers. I’d love to get your feedback on these.
Our culture celebrates celebrities to a fault. We place such a high priority on being famous that any other social status is unacceptable. But what does it mean — to be a celebrity — and is it worth the cost?
We all want to be “epic” and we don’t even know why.
I’ve had my Kindle Touch for a month now, and I absolutely love it.
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If you’re not a member, you should join this program. It’s a great way to get free books or make some extra money online.
Every Valentine’s Day for the past four years, Ashley and I have spent the holiday with friends. This is the very best way to celebrate it, in our experience. And I can’t see us doing it any other way.
We do it right — dress up and go to some place fancy, indulge in the most amazing food we can find, usually stay up late and sleep in the next morning. We always end the evening with a molten chocolate cake (we insist on this, even if it’s not on the menu).
It’s a wonderful time of conversation, catching up, and enjoying life together. For us, Valentine’s Day is not about romance; it’s about friendship. After years of being married, I’m realizing how important this is.