How to Make the Most Out of Conferences- In Just 7 Minutes with Robbie Samuels

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  • Hear insights to help you achieve the leadership position you’re seeking
  • Discover and unlock the business opportunity that comes from building the business relationship in networking
  • Learn tips on how you can sharpen your in-person networking skills

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Summary
 
Robbie Samuels is a Strategic Business Coach & Professional Speaker. He helps his clients shift their mindset around relationship building, so they discover new connections and business opportunities. His work has been featured in Inc. and Lifehacker, and is the author of the best-selling business book Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences. He is the host of the On the Schmooze podcast

In this episode of Marketing the Invisible, Robbie shares how he helps businesses owners build relationships, not just a network.

Check out these episode highlights:

  • 00:54 – All about Robbie Samuels
  • 01:57 – Robbie describes his ideal clients who are women entrepreneurs who want to bring their career or business to the next level
  • 02:30 – Business networking problems he helps solve for his clients and why he chose that niche
  • 03:40 – Symptoms his client’s experience with building their network
  • 05:33 – Common mistakes his clients make
  • 06:43 – Robbie’s Valuable Free Action (VFA): Form a habit of having two touch points a week.
  • 07:40 – Robbie’s Valuable Free Resource (VFR): www.robbiesamuels.com/MTI

Tweetable Takeaway from this Episode:
“I help build business strategies that are based on strong relationships.” - @robbiesamuels Click To Tweet
“Some business owner feel that networking is a total waste of time because they put their energy and their time into going but it is the wrong kinds of events and those really not relating to some kind of strategy.” - @robbiesamuels Click To Tweet
“Business owners do not think to offer that little small resource during a conversation because they do not think to add a small business value or what they should be doing, they do not think it is important enough to add big value.” -… Click To Tweet
“Business owners must do two touchpoints a week. It can be a follow-up conversation, a coffee chat, a virtual get to know you call, it could be sharing a resource. Just any small effort to connect or reconnect with people and their network.” -… Click To Tweet

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