In the recent article entitled, “All Things Being Equal…” we looked at what I believe is the foundational premise of Business Networking, and that is “All things being equal, people will do business with, and refer business to, those people they know, like and trust.” At its conclusion, however, I asked if “KL&T” is everything, or is there ever a time it is not enough?
In the following article, I provided my thoughts as to when it is not.
Then, some readers’ responses came in that did a much better job of explaining it than I did. As I read many of them, I thought to myself that I needed to include them in a follow-up article. But, there were too many good ones.
So, while it might appear that I’m taking the “lazy man’s way out” of actually having to write his own blog post (and, knowing me, I probably am), I’m simply going to suggest you read yesterday’s comments. They are outstanding.
And, we’re not through with this topic yet. One comment from my great friend, Networking Authority Beth Bridges from California after the first article and another from my “Brother” Sean Woodruff after the second, have inspired related topics that we’ll look at over the next couple of posts.
Meanwhile, enjoy the comments…and please feel free to share your own.