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Having fun while raising funds for Best Buddies, can’t get any better than that.
On Saturday, November 2, CT Valley BNI members came out to bowl and support Best Buddies / UHart. The event raised over $1700 for this wonderful organization.
To learn more visit the University of Hartford website.
Here’s an excerpt of Chief Visionary Officer and BNI Founder Dr. Ivan Misner’s blog post:
When networking, do you only talk to those who can give you the most in return? Do you only give your business card to someone who you will bring you a ton of referrals? Do you only give referrals if you know you’ll get them in return?
If this sounds like you, you are doing it all wrong. Networking is not a vending machine. You don’t put in coins into the machine and get a candy bar every time – sometimes, you have to wait for your candy.
This mentality is called “transactional networking,” which is going to get you nowhere quickly in the world of referral networking. The “I will give you this, now you have to give me that,” point of view is only going to leave you sorely disappointed.
Instead, the proper mindset is, “Let me help you. I’ve got some ideas. I have a referral for you.” Over time, they’ll give it back you when the opportunity arises. This mentality is called “relational.” Keeping score or holding a referral back because you haven’t received one in return won’t always work, but thinking about giving before getting and making it the foundation of your business reputation, will.
Click here to read the original article: Resist Coin Operated Networking