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Networking Style: You Need This To Grow Your Bottom Line

“Choose products to sell. The very first step is to make a decision about the products you would like to sell as a network marketer. There a...

“Choose products to sell. The very first step is to make a decision about the products you would like to sell as a network marketer. There are plenty of options here,” reveals CHRON’s Nicky LaMarco.

To effectively grow your bottom line, you must stick to what you know best and what has worked for you. In doing that, you will rarely go wrong. Don’t try to experiment on products that you don’t know.

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“You could choose home cleaning supplies, cell phones, health supplements, and so on. Remember to choose a product line that you are familiar with and that you will enjoy working with others to market this product line,” added LaMarco, meaning that you cannot sell everything and become prosperous.

Everyone has a different way of doing things. To stay relevant, know your strengths and limitations in business. Each meeting that you go to must have something in return.

If your way of establishing networks is not working, be free to try other ways to maintain business relationships. “Know your networking style,” Casey Kelly-Barton wrote for the Host Gator. “Does meeting new people give you a boost of energy? Congratulations, extrovert!”

Networking is not for every business person, just select the right platform that suits your character. “You’re an ideal candidate for in-person networking. Do you feel drained after a big meeting or crowded event? Welcome, introvert! You’ll probably excel at networking online,” added Barton.

Be ready to offer help, even when you are least expected to. Be the odd one out. Surprise those who refuse to assist you. Offer to help and never ask anything in return. Giving opens avenues for you, so if you get the chance, always use it.
“Help others - give before you receive. Always prioritize helping and giving to others ahead of taking and receiving for yourself.” (Image:
According to Business Balls, “Help others - give before you receive. Always prioritize helping and giving to others ahead of taking and receiving for yourself. You must give in order to receive. Be helpful to others and you will be helped in return.”

You might not need that help now, but as you grow, you will require it. But for now, offer assistance when you can. At first, it might seem insignificant, but with time the benefits will begin to show. Be generous for now reason and start now.

“Networks of people are highly complex - often it is not possible to see exactly how and why they are working for you, so you must trust that goodness is rewarded, even if the process is hidden and the effect takes a while,” said the Business Balls. “Use the principle of 'what goes around comes around'. You could think of this as Karma in business.”

Good deeds will open avenues for you to get noticed because everyone appreciates the act. Get out of your shell and get noticed. Become a volunteer or community activist, and results will begin to show.

“And, in general, people do business with the people they know. A lot of the events I go to center around having a beer and nibbling on appetizers while we talk about what's happening in the community,” wrote Susan Guillory for Forbes.

Other enterprising entrepreneurs get jobs because they have already developed relationships. And the best way to start is your community.

The Forbes article added: “Even if we don’t discuss business, these are the people I turn to for web design, massage, and dining out because I have relationships with them and want to support them. If you're an active and helpful member of your community, people will do the same for you.”

Offering your ideas, sweat, and strength for free in your community elevates you into the darling of many people. Learn to work for free. Provide your services at no cost.

Give and expect nothing in return. Be nice for no apparent reason. Give both financial resources and words of encouragement, your little efforts are slowly changing the world.

“Volunteering is a great way to get out in the community and network with people,” an article in Fundera authored by Emily Kate Pope said. “Not only does it put you in direct contact with other small businesses, but it could make your brand more visible in the community.”

In case you are volunteering for a profit, remember it takes time to reap the rewards, sometimes a long time to even get noticed. Spend your time in developing your community. Take time off from your business schedule and mingle with the less fortunate.

Give them advice. Preach the word of hope. Avail loans to those with potential. Maybe create your organization to benefit the less fortunate.

“One way to volunteer is to take a seat on the board of a local nonprofit organization. Often, these boards are comprised of other business leaders, and having the organization as a common interest is a great way to break the ice to connect with them.”

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