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Category: Networking

Ivan Misner
One of the best ways to learn things is by seeing the wrong way to do something. Ivan joins Jim to talk about some of the networking <i>faux pas</i> that you should avoid when you're trying to build business relationships.
Relationship capital is arguably the most important capital your small business can have, and Ed talks with Jim about why and how to get more of it.
Andrea Nierenberg
Do you know how to find the low-hanging fruit of your networking activity? Andrea talks with Jim about how to grow your business without spending any money.
Ilise Benun
Networking isn't as intuitive as it might seem. It is possible to network badly, and Ilise talks with Jim about how to avoid that unfortunate behavior.
Andrea Nierenberg
Helping Jim celebrate International Networking Week, Andrea and Jim talk about what it takes to be an effective and successful networker.
Trish Rubin
Trish joins Jim for the first time during International Networking Week to talk about her theory of networking being basic communication and the importance of networking face to face.
Ivan Misner
Ivan joins Jim to kick off International Networking Week, which is the first full week of February, and what activities are happening around the world. They also talk about what it means to be a successful networker.
Ivan Misner
Visionaries have been talking about networking for decades, but what is the future of networking. Ivan is one of the world's top networking experts and he joins Jim to talk about the future of this very important element of small business success.
Networking doesn't just happen, it takes planning and practice. Kelle joins Jim to explain how to grow your business by becoming a more effective networking.
Tom Rath
Tom and Jim talk about whether small business owners should encourage friendships between employees.

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