But there’s one problem: Pretty much nobody is taught how to effectively go about doing this.
Most people hear the term “networking” and immediately think about awkward happy hours where people are hocking business cards at one another.
When I first started out, I had literally no clue what I was doing and constantly wondered things like:
What do I even say?
Why would anyone want to talk to me?
What if they think I’m trying to take their work?
How do I even know who I should be meeting?
In just a few short years, I have gone from being totally clueless to having a large network of colleagues that I have a great relationship with and whether you’re starting from scratch or maybe just looking to expand your own network, I want to help you do that.
That’s why I am launching a totally free, four-part email course called The Musician’s Guide to Building a Network.
I don’t know how long I will offer this free course, so don’t wait to sign up!
In this course, I am going to show you the exact process you can use to start authentically building or expanding your network in the next week.
This isn’t some fluffy promise that you will magically have a huge network, but I can guarantee that if you follow the process and do the work, you will lay the foundation on which you can start or continue building your career.
Here’s what we will cover in the course:
Email 1 – Why “knowing” people doesn’t matter
Email 2 – The secret to building real relationships vs. networking with people (almost everyone does this wrong)
Email 3 – Exact strategies of how to research and identify who you should be connecting with
Email 4 – How to reach out to anyone in an authentic way (even if you think you’re socially awkward)
If you have ever felt like your lack of connections was holding you back in some way then this could is for you.