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Business Meetings: Making Introductions (The Right Way)

How do you make introductions with influencers, the right way? Be sincere, be specific, and don’t just ask them “to go for a cup of coffee.” Be successful in your following business meetings, start by introducing yourself the right way!

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- Have you ever tried to reach out to an influencer, to, you know, get a cup of coffee or schedule a call? about problem one, two and three I'm looking to, you know, to seek your guidance show that you've done your homework, and because you have worked on xyz things, I am working on this project and I'm facing these challenges Like make them wanna help you, like, You also wanna open up some of your personal story. So instead you wanna be super specific. to be successful, the odds are very low. going to succeed, that the request is going like, pick your brain, the odds that this is So as soon as you go with a vague opening Do I really wanna talk to you? And people are always like, is this worth my time? 10 messages all the time, and it doesn't mean anything. First it's a cliche, you know, people get hey, can I pick your brain, or can I meet you for coffee? the worst thing you can say to somebody is like, (upbeat music) How you go about it? and you'll find that you'll be far more successful. (upbeat music)

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