Feb 092010
 

It does not matter who is at a group, events, or any type of business function there is always more than enough to go around. When it seems like there is a lack, that is because you are sending off the energy that is not allowing you to maximize your potential.

When you think of scarcity that is what you will manifest. If you are intimidated of other successful people in your industry refine your skills and get better. They are not going to get any worse so the only thing to do is sharpen your own skills.

It would appear Chris and I are “competitors” in many aspects. We both host business networking events, trainings, and workshops, so why is it that both of us are able to earn significantly more money endorsing each other rather than trying to out do each other?

Mutual respect and co-operation that’s why! By affiliating yourself with other successful people you like it is just so much easier to rise to the top when you are surrounded by excellence.

Thank you Chris and all my readers for your support knowledge!

  2 Responses to “Professionally Networking with the “Competition””

  1. Thank you for posting this and including a video. While networking, I run into many “competitors” who come across as unfriendly or defensive when they learn of the company I represent. I always go out of my way to make sure I meet these individuals. To be honest I don’t view them as competitors; they are just another business trying to grow their business like me. I am always willing to brainstorm, compare notes, refer vendors, and even do business with each other. There is plenty of work to go around and we can all learn from and help each other.

  2. Thank you for posting this and including a video. While networking, I run into many “competitors” who come across as unfriendly or defensive when they learn of the company I represent. I always go out of my way to make sure I meet these individuals. To be honest I don’t view them as competitors; they are just another business trying to grow their business like me. I am always willing to brainstorm, compare notes, refer vendors, and even do business with each other. There is plenty of work to go around and we can all learn from and help each other.

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