After a week of gleaning from several podcast episodes, this was the best episode based on its takeaways.
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The Podcast Episode of the Week winner is:
David J Soler –Finding Hidden Referrals
David shared good strategies on how to grow referrals for your business. The main key in making this happen is through building good relationships with other business people or companies and serve them by giving the best gift they would want to receive- Referrals!
The principles David tackled in this episode boils down into helping others get their referrals and become fruitful in receiving yours as well!
Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:
- The importance of knowing what you value most in your business
- The best gift you can give in business –give someone a referral!
“In the past week, how many people have you referred to other people.”
- Be intentional in giving others a referral
- The essence of helping one another in business leads to reaping more referrals
Steps on How to Find Hidden Referrals
- Write the names of the people that you refer and want to refer
- Ask yourself: Is your network aware of your business and how you’re doing it?
- Map your plan on how to stay connected with your business partners
- How to communicate your intent of partnership and referrals to other people
- Why want referrals?
- Receiving referrals from trusted, experienced and knowledgeable sources eliminates the time consumed in research
MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!
Help and serve other businesses by nurturing your relationships with them and refer them to other people. This is how you will help one another grow in your networks and become fruitful in your referrals!
- Most people don’t want to do all the research. We want to find somebody who already did the research.
- Whoever you are giving work to, you become a referral to them -which is very valuable for them.
- You don’t need to be pushy, but always let your network know about your business