Ivan Misner

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It's International Networking Week 2010, and Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to report on the networking events happening around the world and to discuss how to incorporate face-to-face networking with the social media platforms.
Are you a networking amateur or a pro? Ivan Misner talks with Jim Blasingame about specific steps and best practices you can take to become a professional networker.
What could you do to make sure you are an abject failure at networking? Ivan Misner talks to Jim Blasingame about 10 things NOT to do, unless you want to fail at networking.
What do you have to do to be a complete failure as a networker? Ivan Misner and Jim Blasingame discuss the top 10 sure-fire ways to be a failure when you're attending networking events.
Does networking work for introverts? Ivan Misner explains to Jim Blasingame that not only does it work, but introverts actually stand the most to gain from networking because they're better at building valuable relationships after contact is made.
It's International Networking Week and Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to help small businesses celebrate with a positive discussion on how networking can help your business thrive, even during a recession.
Small businesses can take a lesson from the Obama campaign when it comes to emplloying multi-touch networking strategy, according to Ivan Misner as he discusses with Jim Blasingame.
Are you an effective networker? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to become part of the 29% of people who actually get networking right and therefore find more success.
When is the hard way better than the easy way? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to talk about taking the hard way to approaching challenges and opportunities, instead of the easy way. They also talk about the future of space travel and aliens.
Networking is a powerful tool. Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame live from The BNI National Conference in Orlando, FL to talk about the Achilles heel of networking in order to better understand the strengths.