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Do you need to network to generate great success? Do you want to be better at networking to better position yourself, both personally and professionally? If so, this is the podcast for you.

Drawing from his own experiences, observations and research, Frank Agin ... entrepreneur, attorney, author and founder of AmSpirit Business Connections ... will share insights and ideas for building a better more productive life through a better understanding and execution of professional networking.

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To contact Frank Agin, e-mail frankagin@amspirit.com.

The Networking Rx podcast is a production of AmSpirit Business Connections. All Rights Reserved.

Nov 30, 2021

Frank Agin shares insights from a study involving primates and patience. And uses it to encourage you to strike a balance between playing the short-game with few opportunities and playing the long-game with lots of opportunities.

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Nov 2, 2021

In any network, what's more important … quantity or quality? Answer: It depends. Host Frank Agin shares about Metcalfe's Law which states that the value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of connections. In short, quantity is okay.

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Oct 26, 2021

You know that drawer in your kitchen that holds miscellaneous items that you have no obvious use for? Your networking is much the same way. Hang onto and cheer those people in your networking where there may be no immediate or obvious use. Because one day there might.

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Sep 28, 2021

Host Frank Agin elaborates on the importance of reliability when it comes to establishing trust in your relationships.

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Sep 21, 2021

Host Frank Agin shares that while the shortest distance is between two points, generally that is not true when it comes to networking. Finding the right contacts often involves a long circuitous path that ultimately relies on borrowing the trust of another.

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