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Make More Money with the Correct Mindset for Giving Referrals

Recently, we learned that we are sitting on a gold mine here at Elevate, and we’ve learned that the most important aspect of our gold mine is our fellow gold miners, both members and visitors. Two weeks ago, I discussed getting your LinkedIn profile ship shape and then using virtual connection requests there to make

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Your “No Brainer”

As a coach, I love asking people to look “outside the box.” I don’t typically use that actual language because it’s over played. But coming up with the idea that’s new, or different, or outside their comfort zone, holds a lot of possibility because it’s beyond what they already know. So it’s often my jam.

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Make More Money from Linkedin Part 2

BNI Elevate is a networking community organized to help our members make more money through structured collaboration and referrals. Recently, we learned that we are sitting on a gold mine here at Elevate, and we’ve learned that the most important aspect of our gold mine is our fellow gold miners, both members and visitors. Last

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Three Steps Conflict Transformation

There are three steps to transforming potentially destructive conflict to a conflict in which something new will emerge. These steps have everything to do with you and very little to do with the other person other than how they choose to react. It’s really all about trigger management- managing your own reaction to situations that

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Make More Money Using LinkedIn – Part 1

In the past few weeks, we learned that we are sitting on a gold mine here at Elevate, and we’ve learned that the most important aspect of our gold mine comes in the form of our fellow gold miners, both members and visitors. This week I want to return to the actual gold by talking

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Just Two Minutes

What if you only had two minutes to make a lasting impression on a potential client or customer? Whether you’re at an airport bar and they’re about to catch a flight? Or you’re in an elevator and they’ve pushed their floor but you can feel their energy and it’s someone you’d like to work with.

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