“Should I attend a business event?”
Business events — a chamber meeting, a BNI open house, etc. are prolific. So the issue isn’t where do you go to meet prospective partners and clients. It’s DO you go to meet them, isn’t it? And yes, it’s a choice. You don’t have to go. But I suggest you do.
Our Breakfast Club — New Haven, CT
Today I got up early and drove 45 minutes to attend a monthly business meeting. As I left there, I was reminded why I need to take an obstacle course and get over myself — especially when I find myself debating whether I should go to an event, or not.
Lunch, Article, Prospect, Insight, Introduction, Social
These are all things that came from a morning meeting. I scheduled a meeting for lunch with a prospect whom I also introduced to two people later in the day, I found the basis for a great article for my monthly column at TNNW, I gleaned great insights from the speaker, Joe Grushkin of InLineAdz and for social affiliation, I got a hug from one of the best there is at that — Peaches Quinn. All this because when I had a chance to say, “No” . . . I said “Yes!”
Say “Yes!” and watch the miracles happen!