Recently I had a one-on-one meeting that was to be a get-to-know-each-other-for-the-first-time kind of meeting. It was clear this person was there to sell to me, which should never be the goal at a first meeting that is intended on being a networking meeting. A few of her actions made me realize this rather quickly. Read more.

I recently attended a networking event that was well attended and in a great venue. There were many professional business people there. I was standing alone for a brief moment and a man came up to me to introduce himself. His style of networking felt rather contrived and imposing. Read more.

Have you ever gone to a one-on-one networking meeting and been disappointed with the interaction? Perhaps the other person monopolizes the conversation and never asks you any questions about your business. How can you prevent this from happening and what are some other time factors that get in our way to have these quality one-on-one meetings? Read more.

Have you ever gone to a networking group or chamber of commerce event for the first time and were hoping for great connections and instead you walked out frustrated and thinking I just wasted my time and money? I am sure we all, at one time or another, have experienced this frustration. Read more.

Have you ever been frustrated with a one-on-one networking meeting that seemed to be all one-sided where the other person did all the talking and didn’t take an interest in you? We all have had those one-on-ones. Read more.

Do you have a difficult time finding quality leads groups where your business category is not already filled or not any warm body is accepted? Have you and those in your network found it difficult to locate a networking group that is not full of start-ups and MLM/network marketing companies, but rather with well-established, well-connected members? SHE Leads Group has all the tools to help you start your own quality leads group, where you and your network can shape the success of the group. Read more.

There can be many distractions at leads group meetings. People can be having side conversations, the room could be too crowded, the speaker may speak to low, the room temperature could be uncomfortable, and then there are the eating meetings.

What's the eating meeting? Read More...