The World's Worst Networker by Timothy M. Houston
Lessons Learned By The Best From The Absolute Worst!

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They are everywhere! You can find them at trade shows and the business card exchanges. They attend conferences and seminars, and they have infiltrated networking groups around the world. Chances are you have encountered them or have been their victim. Maybe you're one of them and don't even know it! These are the World's Worst Networkers. Tim Houston and several of the world's best networkers take an uncensored look at the way some people conduct their business networking, online and offline. Their stories and experiences about these nightmares of networking will teach you how not to network. You will learn: -- Which Networkers are on The Most Unwanted List and why. -- How to deal with Environmental Disasters. -- Who are the Online Outlaws of networking. -- How to go from being a Networking Mess, to a Success. Featuring contributions by: -- Dr. Ivan Misner -- Bob Burg -- Susan RoAne -- Robyn Henderson -- Michelle R. Donovan -- and many more!
 

About Timothy M. Houston

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Bestselling author, sought-after speaker, entrepreneur, impresario, world-traveler, and Reality Networker: these are just a few words that describe the life that Tim Houston has led (so far).He's an entrepreneur who has owned and operated four businesses by the time he was 25 years old and one of his companies does business 100% by referral only! Crowned "The Czar of Networking" by CBS Radio, and named "One of the World's BEST Networkers" by New York Times #1 Bestselling author and founder of BNI, Dr. Ivan Misner, Tim has positively impacted thousands of business people through his high-energy workshops, motivational presentations, and mentoring sessions on strategic business networking, public speaking, and word-of-mouth marketing strategies. He has made more than 4,000 presentations to companies and organizations in the past 17 years and has shared the platform with experts and luminaries including New York Times Bestselling authors, Dr. Ivan Misner, and Bob Burg, network marketing superstar trainer Tom "Big Al" Schreiter, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and actor Danny Aiello.His first book, The World's Worst Networker: Lessons Learned By The Best From The Absolute Worst! reached #3 on Amazon.com's Business Best Seller List in the Sales & Selling category. He is a contributing author, along with Dr. Ivan Misner, Bob Burg, Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, Tom Hopkins, Zig Ziglar, Martha Stewart Jay Conrad Levinson, Tony Robbins, Harvey Mackay and Keith Ferrazzi to The New York Times Best Seller and multiple #1 Best Seller, Masters of Sales. (Entrepreneur Press, 2007).As a sought-after public speaker and trainer, Tim has worked with everyone from solo entrepreneurs, to non-profits, to large international corporations such as Thomson Reuters, Bayer HealthCare, HSBC, Banco Popular and UPS. Tim's articles on the topic of business networking and word-of-mouth marketing have been translated and published in magazines, newspapers and blogs around the world.He is committed helping others become more productive, profitable, and prosperous in their businesses and their lives.His official website is www.tmhouston.com. Bob Burg speaks for corporations and associations internationally, including Fortune 500 companies, franchises, and numerous direct sales organizations. Touting principles contained in his bestselling books, he has shared the platform with notables including broadcast personalities, athletes, and executive-level political leaders. He is an advocate, supporter, and defender of the free enterprise system and empowers individuals and organizations to thrive and grow.
 
Published March 11, 2011 by Houston-CB Group, Inc.. 196 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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