Tell Your Story. Own Your Brand. Live Your Purpose.
Want to learn how Twitter Networking can help you do just that?
Before I drive into the details, let me share a little non-secret… “Who you know” IS more important than “What you know.” It might not be right, but that’s the way the business world has worked for years.
… And nothing has changed.
As I see it, you can either be the person who hates the system or the one who takes advantage of it.
It’s not that much different than a road trip… There are certain rules to the system that we have to follow regardless of how we feel about them. Sure, you COULD rebel by speeding, driving over sidewalks, riding through parks, or heading down the wrong side of the road, to arrive at your destination.
… But wouldn’t it be far more effective to take advantage of the system, so as not to end up on the 6 o’clock news or in jail?
Right, so how exactly will Twitter Networking help me take advantage of the system?
I’m glad you asked.
There are millions of people who are on the Twitter road. Many of them…
- Work for your intended company…
- Are experts in your intended field …
- Have influence with your gatekeepers…
- Are sharing the EXACT information that you need to know…
You’ve met these people before. They have been mentors who helped you make the right choices. They have been people who introduced you to the right person. They have been your biggest advocates.
Twitter Networking = Power Networking + Scalability | 5 Tips to Drive Your Job Hunt [INFOGRAPHIC] ow.ly/diAGk— Schuyler Kaye (@T4Execs) August 28, 2012
If you’re ready to make more of these people a part of YOUR network, then start your Twitter engines and follow these 5 steps. Use Twitter Networking to Drive Your Job Hunt.
- ~ Erin O’Brien, Owner of Activate 28
"Schuyler’s been helping me with my website. But it’s more than just words — he’s helping me define my story. When I shared my long rambling About page, he cut through the waffle. Like a laser, he got to the important parts: “So, these are the three key points I’m hearing. Is that what you’re meaning? And how does that relate to your customer?” Then he would ask the tough questions that really made me get clear on my purpose. Although he asks tough questions, he always delivered them gently. I discovered that when writing my own story, it’s really REALLY hard to be objective. Having the input of Schuyler made the process a lot more enjoyable. And my webcopy is much stronger because of him."
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