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This past year, I had both the challenge and privilege of writing my first book, “Top of Mind.” In it, I did my best to share real-life stories, advice, and proven tactics that would help readers connect with their audiences and always find ways to provide more value to them. Writing this book prompted a lot of research on my part, and it got me thinking about other business relationship books out there, too.
Here are seven key books that have helped me build better business relationships, and I think they’ll help you improve your networking and relationship-building, too:
1. “Superconnector,” Scott Gerber and Ryan Paugh
According to Gerber and Paugh, collecting as many business cards as possible just isn’t going to cut it, especially when you consider all the other resources at our disposal.
To become a skilled “superconnector,” you have to leave traditional networking habits at the door and start building connections between communities. I found this book to be extremely effective in conveying the importance of efficiency in networking and building better business relationships among various social circles.
2. “Never Eat Alone,” Keith Ferrazzi and Tahl Raz
In this latest, updated version, Ferrazzi and Raz take a deeper dive into making connections in the digital realm. Not only do they highlight the importance of using content to build relationships, but they also lay out practical steps and tactics to help you enhance your network.
December 17, 2017 at 07:42AM http://ift.tt/2Cr6tvt Forbes – Entrepreneurs