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A few years ago I had been working to build hyper-local professional networks. The biggest one I had created was Linking the Triangle. Before it was acquired, I had grown it to over 17,000 members. Along the way, I learned that it’s so much better to give than receive. This is probably the most important lesson I could have learned. It didn’t take much to figure it out. I simply continued to follow that good feeling I got every time I heard that I contributed to a success of a member.

While I was on this journey, I became aware of an audio book titled “Networking with Millionaires” by Dr. Thomas Stanley. After reading the synopsis I figured I would get it and give it a listen. I got about 30 minutes into it and I was hooked. Dr. Stanley starts by talking about the success of an investment broker that goes from zero to hero simply by helping people in a specific industry and becoming committed to them. Along the way, this broker builds a network of very wealthy professionals that’s needs extend beyond his services. To me, what was so incredible about this story is how simple it is for someone to do this. I know it is because I have been a part of a very similar scenario.

I highly recommend that you get this audio book, “Networking with Millionaires.” You will be motivated and infused with new ideas like you never have been before.

About Greg Hyer

Greg Hyer is a digital marketing and social selling strategist and instructor.

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