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February 22, 2007


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Justin Chen

Good tip on offering to help out speakers beforehand. I'll have to try that one next time. Thanks!

Jason Jacobsohn

With relationship building, you need to be creative and try various techniques. This is one technique that most people don't think about.

Dan Green

Some of my best relationships have started this way...

One nice thing about speakers at an event is that they are usually among the most connected in a room. After all, how else did they come to the "expert" on the topic at hand.

Another great tip, Jason.

Jason Jacobsohn

Thanks for stressing the point that speakers are very connected. That is exactly one of the reasons that you should help out and get to know the speakers.

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