Mark E. Sackett | Networking That Works | #211

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Mark E. Sackett is a multi-business owner who works as a graphic designer, director, and public speaker. He was also a tedx speaker who gave the talk named “The Art Of Active Networking” where you can check it out here¬†

What You Will Learn:

* The most successful people have the same number of hours just like you and me but they use their time better.
* Why you can never just rely on someone’s help to get what you want.
* What happens when you come from need and want instead of giving and helping mentality.
* Why the question, “what do you do for a living” should not be asked in the beginning of a conversation.
* Why people are waiting for you to shut up so that they can talk about themselves.
* How your limiting belief can trick you into thinking that you have no value,
* Why it can be easier acting as a wingman for someone as opposed to meeting someone for yourself.
* Why some people are stuck in social paradigm’s that are not useful.
* How Mark met Sammy Hagar on a plane ride.
* Why making an effort to helping someone will give you amazing stories and memories.
* How to get better at talking to people you don’t know (HInt: just start doing it more)
* Do this social experiment if you dare. Go out in your day and start walking around with a big ass smile saying hi to people.
* What if everything came down to just being the missing piece to some person’s puzzle or day.
* How to determine what you really want in life and in relationships.
* Why you only need 15 minutes a day to move towards the goal that you want to achieve.
* How to meet your dream partner.
* How to determine what is most important to you right now.
* Why the “how” does not stop you but the “do you really want it” stops you.
* How a safety net of bringing people with you could help you go to networking events if you are shy.
* How to starting a conversation with, “Hi, I’m new. Mind if I spend it with you guys?”
* Why selfishness and believing that you have to be the center of attention in any conversation will make you socially inept.
* Why you shouldn’t throw up your sales pitch to everyone.
* How you may be throwing a conversation and opportunity away.
* Why you should have a know, like, and trust element to every relationship.

If you want to know how to be part of the art of active networking events, you can go to to attend an event closest to your city. You can also reach out to Mark Sackett at

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