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3 simple steps to let people know you and your talents!

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You know who’s on the inside, the hard part is letting the inner super you out to the world!

3 simple steps to let people know you and your talents!

1) Don’t downplay what you do! When speaking about what you do, speak with passion and authority. Turn the volume up, be bold, proud and make sure you’re saying it all with the biggest, most awesome smile you can put on your face.

2) Just get out there! Meet Up, your local Chamber of Commerce, BNI, and other networking websites/apps are great places to start. Your head will spin with all the opportunities you have to meet people just like you. Showing up and staying consistent is really the biggest part of letting the world know about the inner super you.

3) Build a power team! Find a group of like-minded people and find ways you can help one another grow and succeed. Always look for ways your talents will compliment someone else’s talents. Setup specific times and places to meet with goals and objectives to accomplish. This may sound harsh but if someone is not reaching the standards you have in place do not be afraid to disinvite them.

If you follow these 3 simple steps you will be known as a Super Hero and people will be flocking towards you to find out how they too can let their inner super out.

John Walko

John Walko

John Walko is an award winning sales person. He prides himself on educating prospective clients and not having them feel pressured into the sale. He loves helping both business owners and sales people reach their business and life goals by truly investing in themselves. John enjoys facilitating the Get Clients Workshop because of the quality time he gets to spend with unique business owners. Watching them grow over the 28 days is such a rewarding experience. John sits on the board of the Rowan – Cabarrus Small Business Administration and is an Ambassador for BNI (Business Network International). He also serves as the Education coordinator for his local BNI chapter. With his free time John loves traveling with his wife Rachel and his 3 fun creative daughters.

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