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  • SubGenre:Business Communication / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:84
  • eBook ISBN:9781620956557

The Winning Connection

The Networker's Guide to Wealth-Building Synergistic Relationships

by Laura Moritz and Sheila Pearl

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Co-authors Laura Moritz and Sheila Pearl explore sound networking concepts that will lead you to a better understanding of effective business networking, as they distinguish their four fundamental principles for creating winning connections. Central to these four principles are attitudes and practices which are core concepts in creating success: (1) know yourself, (2) seek to be of service, (3) expand your perspective and (4) step outside of your comfort zone as you take consistent action in expanding your sphere of influence as you make long-lasting and rewarding business and professional connections.
“The Winning Connection” is a philosophy of networking, focusing on four basic principles which create winning connections. These four principles, when followed, unite people, resources and opportunities with an attitude and mindset which creates infinite possibilities and results. When the four principles in the “The Winning Connection” are applied, the quality of connections made in a business and professional networking arena generate exponential magnetic momentum. Moritz and Pearl illustrate many examples of “The Winning Connection” from their own professional experiences, as well as from their observation of what works and does not work from their own sphere of influence. The stories and examples illustrate the “magic” which can be created when connections are made from an intention to be of service to others; to give and to share. This book illustrates the distinction between a mindset that comes from “what's in it for me?” vs. “how can I be of service to you?”; a mindset that is about collaboration and cooperation, rather than the outdated business mindset rooted in the attitude of competition and exclusion.
About the author
Sheila Pearl is a Keynote Speaker, Author and Life Coach in private practice in Newburgh, New York. Sheila is a co-author of several books, including "Pearls of Wisdom" with jack Canfield, Marci Shimoff, Janet Bray Attwood, Chris Attwood and 25 emerging thought leaders in 2012. She is the author if STILL LIFE: A Spiritual Guidebook for Family Caregivers. Sheila's mission is to be a facilitator of joyful and zestful living, including teaching others how to effectively connect and maintain satisfying personal and business relationships.