Networking is Not Just About the Dreaded Mixer or Cocktail Parties
“In the new economy, it’s not who knows you, it’s who trusts you. When in doubt, don’t forget Michelle’s Law #10.”—Seth Godin, author of Linchpin
Congratulations to Page Two author, Michelle Tillis Lederman on the successful launch of her latest book—The Connector’s Advantage: 7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact —which has already hit #1 in career guides, #1 in personal success and #17 in non-fiction in its first week!
Since the book is all about making connections, the author would like to invite you to make a connection of your own and earn some goodies while you’re at it. When you buy two copies of the book today (either eBook or paperback)—one for yourself and one that you gift to a connection—and she’ll gift you with a few bonuses, including a live Q&A session, discount for an online Connector assessment, and audio training with Jordan Harbinger on the 4 Personality Archetypes.
Connectors think and act a certain way that makes things happen faster, easier, and often with a better result. And even if you are already a Connector, The Connector’s Advantage will help you take it up a level. Regardless of your goal—a job, a promotion, new business, a referral—who you know and who knows you will lead to opportunities. It is the strength of your relationships that leads to your success.
Michelle Tillis Lederman is the founder and CEO of Executive Essentials, which provides customized communications and leadership training and coaching programs. She has previously published several books including the internationally known The 11 Laws of Likability, and was named one of Forbes’ Top 25 Networking Experts. She is also a regular in the media, appearing on NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, CNBC, and in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and others.
“The Connector’s Advantage is a treasure trove of information about how to build strong, valuable ties that enhance your personal and professional life written by someone who has done the research and put it into practice.”—David Burkus, bestselling author of Friend of a Friend