Over the last ten years, since I got serious about my networking, I’ve amassed a network of around 12,000 people.
Some of them I’m in touch with regularly, some hardly at all. Some I’ve done business with, and others we haven’t. Yet.
Within that network there is an opportunity for me to work intensively with a small, select group. Not only to help them with their networking, social media, content and other marketing by utilising my experience and knowledge, along with some of the absolute experts in their field who I’m thrilled to count as my friends.
But also to actively look for referrals within my network, to pass into this small group, as well as the group learning how to generate referrals for themselves as well as the others.
The commitment is a biggie, we will run the group for at least six months and every member commits to that, and it will look a little like this:
An initial hour long meeting with me face to face
Meet once per month 10 – 4, Oxfordshire
Exclusivity of business type
Two 121 calls per month from me
Email / WhatsApp access to me
Secret Facebook / WhatsApp group
50% discount on The Networking Retreat
Weekly exclusive video and written content from me based on common issues
Only 11 people at any one time
Dates for first three months of 2018
Further dates to be agreed.
Content to be covered in the training:
CRM and following up
Public Speaking Skills
Video and how to use it to generate enquiries
Our current members already report
Fancy being part of it? I’ve already generated business for some of the founder members.
The investment is £495+VAT per month, or, for those who choose to pay upfront for the six months, I throw in a month free making it £2475+VAT.
Want in? thenetworkingretreat.co.uk/apply – I’ll call you and talk it through.
“I implemented one more thing from the Retreat and it has resulted in a new client which gives me a positive ROI within 6 days”
Claire McTernan – Employee to Business Owner
“within two months I went from an average of one client per month from networking, to five clients”
Samantha Rollins, Trinity Accountants