Interview with John Corcoran on Building an Amazing Network

You’ve heard me say it before and trust me today won’t be the last time I say this. The most effective way to change the world, the most effective way to grow your business, the most effective way to raise awareness for a cause, really the most effective way to accomplish just about anything is to build and nurture a powerful network.

Interview with John Corcoran

That’s what today’s guest is all about. He not only teaches this stuff, but he uses it in amazing ways, so let’s get right into today’s interview and you can learn from a networking expert.

About John Corcoran

John started his career as a Writer in the Clinton White House, and today is an attorney and Chief Revolutionary behind, where he shows entrepreneurs and small business owners how to turn relationships into more clients and increased revenues.

Remembering Nelson Mandela and his Six Life Lessons

The world truly lost a legend yesterday.

Nelson Mandela was a champion of principle. He fought for what he believed in and left a legacy for the entire world.

Life lessons from Nelson Mandela

Last night, as the news broke of Nelson Mandela’s death, I tweeted:

How is it that a man in his position could rise to worldwide prominence? How is it that hundreds of years from now, people will use the words “modern-day Nelson Mandela” to describe another man or woman? And how can we leave a legacy like he has?

Odds are that none of us will ever go through what Mandela went through in his life. He spent 27 years in prison, often in conditions so dreary and dark that it led to him developing a case of tuberculosis shortly before his release in 1990. And yet we can all learn six powerful traits from him.

How Do People Really Want to be Treated? | Cialdini & Clinton

“He made me feel like I was the only one in the room.”

Guy Meeting Bill Clinton

Like him or not, Bill Clinton had a special gift. He was renowned for his ability to make people feel special. He had a unique ability to make one person in a room of 500 feel like the only one who mattered. And then he would make the next person feel the same way…and the next…and the next.