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Building on the helpful information in 21 Days to Success Through Networking, fictional protagonist Gnik Rowten continues to develop a network of influencers, LinkedIn experts, friends, and business contacts. The LinkedIn power users with whom Gnik interacts are actual LinkedIn experts who have agreed to be depicted in the book.
Each chapter ends with a summary of the key learning experience from the day’s events. Gnik never stops learning from others as he interacts online to strengthen, solidify, and expand his network, focusing on using LinkedIn to its fullest potential.
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Regarding Ron's Previous book, 21 Days to Success Through Networking:
"[This book] completely changed the way I look at and approach networking and making connections with people. Gnik (with a ‘G’) showed that the entire process is supposed to be easy and genuine, and more importantly he showed me how to do it myself."
—Mark Williams, sales trainer, ZAGG
21 Days to Success Through Networking presents a range of real-world situations, events, insights, and challenges through the eyes of a fictional character with whom almost anyone can relate. Gnik Rowten (that’s "networking" spelled backward) has made a fresh start in a new city where he has few, if any, friends, prospects, or business contacts.
Follow Gnik’s life over a 3-week period as, each day, he discovers and learns tools, techniques, and strategies for effective business networking. Through sharing his adventures and "Aha!" moments, you’ll learn to extend, deepen, and effectively utilize your own personal and business networks in just 21 days.
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