Building Critical Relationships for your business and personal BRAND

Hello Friends! Just thought I’d share this bit of info with ya. I don’t usually use this blog to share this kind of information but I’m making an exception today, because it could be a help for your business and personal BRAND as you move into the 2012 year.

I will be hosting a webinar tonight for the Global Institute for Enterprise Development this evening at 7:30PM ET. A subject near and dear to my heart: the importance of Cultivating Critical Connections — you’ll be hearing more about that in the future, I’m almost sure of it.

I discuss one of many methodologies for building critical relationships effectively and authentically. I like to call it the 3C-Technique Approach or Methodology, whatever terminology suits your fancy. Join me, if you can, and let me know your thoughts as we POLL what you believe is the best approach for you. Hey….can’t have too many approaches if they’re all working, right?

Topic: Building Critical Relationships for your business and personal BRAND “expansion”
Time: 7:30-8:30PM ET
Dial In: (512) 400-4809
Access Code: 5289870
Webinar Platform: http://www.anymeeting.com/theglobal1

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One response to “Building Critical Relationships for your business and personal BRAND”

  1. Sue Jenkins says :

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