Nov 7, 2023
Competition is fierce in the real estate world so we can't afford to be stagnant. Relying solely on existing circles might lead to missed opportunities and stunted growth.
But networking is more than just attending events; it's about meaningful one-on-one meetings.
Networking should be purposeful and strategic, but how do we get started? Where do we hold these one-to-one meetings, and how do we ensure that our networking stack remains full?
In this episode, Realtor Becky Davis joins me to talk about how she fills up her networking stack, and how networking propelled her business to new heights. She also shares how to keep the momentum in our businesses.
Familiarity leads to referability. -Michael J Maher
Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
-The ideal end result of a one-to-one
What should we aim for when we’re networking?
-Confidence is key
How do we overcome nervousness and gain confidence when it comes to networking conversations?
-Arm yourself with questions
How do questions help us pull out the most valuable information in conversations?
Originally from Maine, Becky Davis has called Milton, MA home for over a decade, drawn in by the location, community, and enduring small-town charm.
With a background in sales, management, and human resources, she has honed her expertise in customer service, organization, marketing, project management, and communication, all of which she now applies to her real estate career.
Beyond her real estate endeavors, she, along with her husband and daughters, shares a fervent passion for hockey. Additionally, her love for running serves as a means to explore new neighborhoods.
A strong commitment to community service is central to her ethos, as evidenced by her active involvement in various local organizations and charitable initiatives, including her #GiveBack Campaign.
Find Becky on LinkedIn @Becky Davis
Follow Becky on Instagram @beckydavis_realtor
Title: Networking Secrets Revealed: How to Boost Your Business With Meaningful One-on-One Meetings w/Becky Davis
Host: Michael J. Maher