Every entrepreneur knows it’s all about who you know.
The universal truth is that running a business without help from friends is rugged. We have become so dedicated to spreading our name as far as possible, it’s common for us to forget the true value of these connections.
Today’s episode is about reminding ourselves of the humans behind the brand and creating stronger business relationships in the true stories we tell and live into.
Joining us is Scott Gerber, author of Super Connector: Stop Networking and Start Building Business Relationships that Matter and CEO of the community company.
Scott’s incredible story of triumph, loss, and building himself back up illustrates the importance of learning from one’s mistakes and relying on the relationships we have formed.
He will show you what form of networking you prefer, how that affects your business and the three key traits of every Super-Connector. Tune in for lessons in creating better business friendships that will last a lifetime.
In This Episode, You Will Learn
- What kind of networker you may be
- Three key traits of every Super Connector
- Finding the lessons in loss
“Leading with ego is what killed me.” – Scott Gerber
“Make sure you share the ‘how’ of your success. Give back by teaching others.” – Scott Gerber
“When you have a message worth saying, it tends to spread itself.” – Scott Gerber
“More businesses would thrive if the owners were capable of performing every position.” – Scott Gerber
“Passion isn’t enough, you have to have a purpose.” – Park Howell
Mentioned In This Episode
- Scott Gerber
- Scott Gerber Twitter
- Super Connector: Stop Networking and Start Building Business Relationships that Matter
- The Community Company
- Forbes Council