1. Write a Book

Publishing a book gives you the ultimate credential. Plus, you never know who will be reading it. Imagine handing hundreds of people your book when they ask for a business card. If you have a good idea in your book, people will call you and find a way to help you, especially if it helps them solve their problems.

2. Publish Articles

By writing articles, you have the ability to attract thousands or millions to yourself, instead of chasing them down. Plus, it’s easier to have people reach out to you, especially if you gave them what they wanted.

Read: Making Your First Million is Easy – If You Follow These 5 Steps

3. Give Speeches

Public speaking is a highly underrated form of networking. This is probably because many people have glossophobia, which is the fear of public speaking. Nonetheless, you can reach more by using this medium to exchange your ideas.

If you’re in business, you have the ability to sell your products and services to a wide variety of people. What’s more amazing is that there are thousands of meetings going on right now and many of them don’t have speakers. If you gave a few speeches per month, your chances of success go up substantially.

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4. Connect People

Zig Ziglar once said, “If you help enough people get what they want, you will get what you want.” Connecting people is a great way to set up a community full of people who are all engaged and interactive with your content.

5. Follow Up

It is futile to meet people and not follow up with them. In fact, you might want to go the extra mile by sending them a personal thank-you note. We are creatures who love to cooperate with each other. Often, people forget that they said certain things at a particular event, and it’s your duty to remind them.

If you can follow up in a tactful and diplomatic way, you’ll get to reach the echelons of success. The fortune is in the follow-up.

+Bonus: Philanthropy

Once people find out that you’re a donor, you’ll make a lot of friends. Everyone likes people who give money. You don’t have to go around waving a check for your contribution, but you do want people to acknowledge that you are a giver. The secret of living is giving.

Having money does attract all kinds of people, good and bad. However, you should have the discernment that goes along with being wealthy. Make sure that your philanthropy has a long-lasting impact and will help more people. You should always know where your money is going.

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  1. fashionoutfit11 5 years ago

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  2. samjsanderson 5 years ago

    I don’t know were you come up with all the content but it is great!

  3. journaloftheasiangirl 5 years ago

    This is awesome!
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    New to blogging about cultures and travel
    Just wrote about my trip to Switzerland and doing skydive!
    would be really lovely if you lovely people can check it out !

    Cheers X

  4. erikpiecethelinguist 4 years ago

    Thanks for following (an empty blog)! Great content in your blog 🙂 Erik

  5. Iriz Chan 4 years ago

    Great tips!

  6. vshakvamantz 4 years ago

    Gosh, I’ve always wanted to write a book, this sounds like a start! Now to chase it…

  7. ssunshine14 4 years ago

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  8. ExpeditionMeg 4 years ago

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  10. joydemelino 4 years ago

    hello.. where and how to have it published?

  11. Keirryn 4 years ago

    Another awesome post!! These were great tips – definitely time to put the work in. 🙂 Thanks. xx

  12. Jay Angelo Valmocina 4 years ago

    I just don’t why but I enjoy your article. Keep going Digest Team!

  13. elladvornik 4 years ago

    I started speaking at conferences and it definatley brought a lot of work back to me.

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    Something I recently read was originally said by Kobe Bryant is that, although it is important to be a giver (if you have lots of money), use your money/power in ways that help people accomplish their goals. For example, help pay for college, get people job interviews, give them a place to stay if they need a home. Give the homeless food. Don’t simply give anybody that asks your money. People WILL take advantage of you if you do this. Be a giver, but do it wisely 🙂

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  24. J.Rockwell 4 years ago

    All 5 of these are great!

  25. Aaron Williamson 4 years ago

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  29. Angie Sim 3 years ago

    My college counselor actually mentioned the first point in this post when I told her I wanted to be a writer.

    She emphasized the importance of making connections and networking, and when I brought up writing books, she talked to me about how connecting with publishers and editors is a big step, even if my material is rejected.

    Thanks for sharing! 🙂


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