Networking Connections

This may be the first step to a new win-win relationship.

I would like to connect with you if …

Connect with me
you want a relevant win-win business connection.
What do I mean by that?
Read the lower half of this post for my philosophy.

The most mutually beneficial connection is that we exchange business cards that contain enough information that we can connect and re-connect with each other when a meaningful or necessary need arises.

That includes exchanging the basics listed in the form below. I respect your privacy and will never share your information with anyone else other than in the context of recommending your services.

Any info you share with me in this form is for my own use and becomes my personal little black book to enable a re-contact with YOU and means of keeping up to date with OUR evolving lives.

Yes, I will send you a periodic email message that you can discard without reading if you desire. A simple little click of the mouse is all it takes. If you ever want to dis-connect with me, an opt-out link will be included with each message. Keep in mind that if you opt-out, it will remove YOU and YOUR information automatically from my personal little black book. If the need to do business together ever arises, I will not be able to find YOU, recommend YOU, or refer YOU to others.

With that said, please complete the 3 required fields below. The optional fields will enable us to actually do business together as associates. I look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship. Don’t forget to click “submit” and don’t forget to validate your email address when you receive a message from my mail server.








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My personal philosophy on this topic.


“Everyone wants to be rich. Although most people think being rich is about having money, rich is a description for everything but money. Rich relationships lead to much more than money. They lead to success, fulfillment, and wealth.”
-Jeffrey Gitomer

I agree with Jeffrey, that being rich in relationships is far more valuable than money.

With that in mind, I want to connect with you as long as you are interested in a win-win relevant relationship.

I believe that everyone is selling something. That’s OK with me, so long as we both understand that you’re selling to me and/or I’m selling to you. We can still associate as friends and referral partners even if we don’t buy anything from each other.

Therefore, it’s necessary to have a means of connecting and communicating with each other when ever needed.

I used to keep a box of business cards and a Rolodex in the past. It’s a lot easier to use a digital contact program today.

If you want to have that relevant connection, please join my list so that I can send you message now and then (with your permission) to keep you updated with the things I like to share with my friends.

Social Networking Groups

I also think multiple connections enable better relationships. A few of the online networks that I participate in are listed on the margin of my site. I invite you to connect with me there also. But, consider them as untenable because I have no control over the data contained on them. If we only connect through these 3rd party networks, we may loose our means to communicate with each other in the future.

Thank you for connecting with me. I look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship. …Howard 
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By: Howard Howell

 
Howard is an Internet Sales Consultant. He speaks professionally about Web Marketing and Sensible Selling from an experienced entrepreneur’s viewpoint. He also provides individual coaching, group training, and web marketing consulting services. Contact him now.
Published On: May 5, 2013  |   Updated On: May 5, 2013
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