Networking Tips For Introverts… Build Relationships Instead w/ Kyle Mauch + Trevor Mauch

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I think that’s one of the key points to being a successful person is to offer value to other people and be a good person. You have to reap what you sow without intentionally doing it.
Kyle Mauch

Are you an introvert? Do you struggle to network and build amazing relationships and connections?

Well, so am I. And so is my brother Kyle. We’re both shy people but we’ve found ways to build amazing networks of influential people. And so can you :-) In this podcast we’ll pass along some of our best networking tips for introverts like you and me.

So this week we’re going to share some of the relationship building advice we’ve learned. As Dale Carnegie said…

You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.

Make 2017 amazing! We want you to get started on the right path by helping you broaden the people you know and to build powerful relationships.

This episode of the CarrotCast is a family affair. My brother and entrepreneur, Kyle Mauch, joins us to share his stories of how he’s been able to crack through the clutter, get to know more people, and build special relationships with some amazing people.

After all, the best stories are the ones we live and those usually involve amazing relationships.


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In this episode of the CarrotCast Trevor and Kyle tackle…

Don’t Network. Instead Build Relationships That Provide Value. Click to Tweet

1:40 – At what point in Trevor’s career did he see the need to surround himself with people who provide value?
3:50 – How Kyle started to build relationships while still in college, mainly by using LinkedIn and Twitter.
6:50 – Why “networking” is the wrong term and the wrong approach to use when building a core group of relationships.
9:00 – WRITE THIS DOWN: If you want to generate an amazing, influential, and loyal group – connect a fractured group of people.

Not sure what a fractured group means? Find out in this segment.

14:40 – What Kyle’s first relationship event looked like and how he learned it’s about attracting the right people, not how many.
18:30 – CRITICAL: Most people are looking to get “mine” when instead they need to approach it as more of a friendship.
22:40 – Why it’s important to treat each event, dinner, or get together the same. Don’t Pitch.
26:10 – How to connect with influential people. TIP: Don’t be Cool.
29:45 – What’s wrong with some of the relationship building trainings?
33:00 – Finding a legit reason to talk with the influential person. Find the purpose and find out what fires them up.
35:45 – Using relations to make introductions.
38:45 – What is the purpose of building a powerful relationship group?
40:20 – How to add value to a relationship without being selfish.
43:40 – Don’t have a timeline when it comes to relationships. It’s not built around favors. Build relations around opportunities and don’t fear reaching out to your “most wanted” relationship prospects.
52:40 – Recap: Why you don’t want to network and why you do want to build relationships that provide value.
Key To Building Powerful Relationships: Always Be A Good Person. Click to Tweet

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Enjoy this re-post of my other podcast… SuccessAtSuccess.com!
If you like the CarrotCast you’ll LOVE our other podcast Success At Success!

Are you an introvert? How do you network and build great relationships? Let me know below!

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