There is no better time than right NOW to utilize your connections and create new ones.
It may seem scary and risky to reach out to the connections you already have because you KNOW them, you know their reactions and their background. It seems easier to just reach out to someone you don’t know because you can handle their response, good or bad. But this mindset will not work!
Listen here to see why collaborations with connections you already know… are the most powerful way to get in front of new audiences, new people that are predisposed to liking, knowing and trusting you and buying into your work.
Topics covered in this podcast include:
- The importance of collaborations, one of the first pillars of my visibility framework.
- Top 5 ways your connections can help you boost business in this strange new world.
- What and how to re-initiate and create new relationships.
This episode is brought to you by the Masterclass: The new way to build virtual relationships even if you’re feeling isolated, disconnected, and like no one cares.
This class is for you if you feel like you’re struggling to make new connections, you feel like your network is stale, or you’re always on the outside. You feel like the same people are always visible and they’re connected to more of the right people who can get them out there and champion their work. You need champions too. You need new eyes on your offers, new community and new opportunities for collaboration. So say goodbye to feeling isolated in your business and community. Say goodbye to feeling alone.
Join us as we explore what works in this brave new world of connecting online, to build our businesses and create relationships that will serve your business in perpetuity.
Go to amandaberlin.com/masterclass to book your session for September 23rd or 24th, the day of your choosing from 1 to 3 p.m. ET. Tickets are only $27 and you’ll walk away with an understanding of what works when seeking to connect in a meaningful way with potential collaborators and clients in this strange new era. I hope to see you there.