November 11

UP your Networking Game with CV3 🫂

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Hi

Hey, I just launched my latest Networking product. You can check it over here.

Another main lesson I learned from T&C is the idea of CVVV (CV3) Networking.

This is powerful stuff because I don’t see it being taught anywhere else.

Networking is an incredibly underrated skill because you can open massive doors if you do it right. 

The unfortunate thing is that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to make an impression because in our day and age, we connect with a lot more people than our forefathers, especially with the internet and social media.

As our social circle gets wider, it becomes more challenging to form high-quality relationships.

Furthermore, the pandemic in the last 2-3 years has drastically changed how we interact. 

Instead of physical interactions, we have already gotten used to virtual communications such as Zoom.

While virtual interactions are sufficient for our needs to socialize, it is a tremendously diluted mode of fostering relationships compared to physical interactions.

While virtual interactions are sufficient for our needs to socialize, it is a tremendously diluted mode of fostering relationships as compared to physical interactions.

Hence, if you’d like to improve your Networking Game – one key question you can ask is this:
 

“What’s the best way I can form high-quality relationships?”

Because the quality of your relationships will determine the quality of your networks.

Simply because you can’t collaborate with someone if you do not like them.

And to rapidly form High-Quality Relationships, one of the methods I learned is the CV3 Networking Formula.

Character – You need to have traits that people like and respect – Humility, Interest in others, open-mindedness. 

Vision – To polarize people, you need to have a Vision bigger than yourself. My vision of revitalizing Africa has helped me connect with billionaires, politicians to corporate CEOs. 

Value – You need to be able to give value. I give value through my expertise as a marketer, consultant, and strategist. 

Values – You have to share values with the other person. If you can share common values with the person you’re networking with, then chances are that you would be aligned.

That’s in a nutshell, my CV3 Networking Formula strategy.

If you find CV3 fascinating, you might want to check my latest Networking product – Shamelessly Awesome Networking 

Check this google doc for all the details

To the Pursuit of Dreams, Desire and Destiny,

Kenneth Yu


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