Dave Tate, Esq.
The class was very helpful for me. I found it useful that you were “positive” in nature, almost like a coaching session. Not in the sense of an inspirational pep talk, but by providing useful ideas and the start of or confirming an outline, system or approach. I have put in a fair amount of time attempting to network and working on better ways to do it, but I am not really personally connected with most of my connections or with many people who will reciprocate. The class definitely have helped me to add structure to what I am doing. The course and the homework assignments were challenging, in a good way. I have been working on my conversations, organizations and events spreadsheets. This will take a while, but it is well worth it and badly needed for me.
Keynote speake &
bestselling author of
How to Work a Room
When I wrote How to Work a Room and Secrets of Savvy Networking, people were just starting to understand the importance of nurturing relationships in the world of business. Today, with social media becoming more pervasive and careers more fluid, relationships are more important than ever. John Corcoran has some topnotch suggestions and ideas about how you can nurture relationships in a savvy way in business today. Listen to what he says and implement it, and you will see great results!"
As a real estate professional, I found John’s ideas electrifying. John’s fluency with social media, email campaigns, and good old-fashioned relationship management is impressive. John works on several levels, including personal motivation, goal setting, time management and networking innovation. By the end of his course I had implemented weekly written goals to increase my database, focused my energy on the most productive daily activities, expanded my reach into local businesses, and created and posted my first YouTube video to promote my business. It was fun! The tools John provided have improved the amount and quality of contacts with my sphere of influence, and I’ve enjoyed the resulting increase in referrals very much. John’s course provides a structure for improvement on many levels, which I look forward to continuing.