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There are some fun iPad feature tucked away in Settings > General > Accessibility, including an easy way to zoom and a neat black-on-white mode that…
Hot as hell in my office. Thank heaven for last Coke in fridge.
The nightmare: someone gets a hold of your CC. They go way over your limit. Your business CC deposits into the same account. You can’t use the $. Arrrg!!!!
As more people read this blog, I am asked, “What is BNI?”
Business Networking International (BNI) is the best way to market your business. Period. For 25 years BNI has helped business people the world over improve their business networking skills and master the art of business by referral.
BNI is part club and part high performance selling organization. It is composed of chapters all over the world that hold a 90 minute meeting once a week. This meeting follows a specific agenda. This agenda is the same in over 51 countries. They all follow this agenda because it works.
BNI is better organized than the Mob and more fun than Chuck E Cheese and less expensive than a weekend at Disneyland. It teaches public speaking, how to market your business, how to build visibility, how to improve self confidence, and how to develop a sales force of 20 – 40 members.
I personally know people who have made thousands of dollars doing business in their BNI chapter after only a few months of membership. It really is that good. You will have to work at it, but it’s fun work with fun people.
You can learn more about BNI here. If you would like to see how business gets done in person, come visit a chapter meeting. Just contact me.
Here are the meeting notes from last Friday!
Our leadership team is filled!
President – Chuck
Vice President –Holly
Secretary/Treasurer – Sean
Membership Committee – Amaya & Corinne
Event Coordinator – Chaz
Visitor Host – Jason, Chach, Jen
We are at 23 members! Keep in mind to get on the Hall of Fame we want to have 35+ members at kick off! I know we can get there with the awesome group we have!!
Please start writing down your 40 invites, don’t wait until the last minute!
A couple important dates:
June 25th – letters are due
July 2nd – we are going to be exchanging list of 40 invites
July 9th – this is our KICK OFF!!!
July 16th – Givers Gain first official meeting
Please remember if you have not visited a showcase chapter – this is a requirement!
Remember our dance cards this week and the exchanging of the 60 second sales manager minutes. Here are the dance cards to exchange:
Amar – Jason R.
James – Ron
Chaz – Kacy
Chuck – Alex
Sean – Holly
Erica – Tom
Phil – Mark
Amaya – Jason W
Craig – Jen
Tracy – Chach
Corinne – Nohl
Please let me know if I have missed anyone or might be incorrect with who is meeting with who!
Everyone have a great week!! Thanks again for all you guys do!!
Today I met with Alex Liebeskind. He’s the kind of guy who conveys a sense of calm excitement. Maybe it’s his age. He’s mid 20′s and that’s when you feel like you’re at your best and can take on the world.
Alex does many things, but his main focus is IT. IT is the vauge accronym used to describe people who fix PC’s, networks, and keep out bad guys. For what he does, he works cheap.
Alex has some nice clients, but he’s ready for more. I like his approach to network support: assess, diagnose, and then prescribe. Many people who wear the IT hat, are a bit hasty at first blush and leave loose ends. Alex doesn’t play that way. He takes the extra time to check the little things that can become big things.
If your PC or net is making you fret, give Alex a call. (520) 405-4355