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5 Tips on Power of


Association & Contacts


by: Rhoda Wilson


Don’t underestimate the power of your association and contacts. It can change your world and bring you the right opportunities if correctly used.


“Pay any price to stay in the presence of extraordinary people” - Mike Murdock (author)


1. NETWORK: Network! Network!! Network!!! Find out where successful and powerful people


meet and attend. Look around and see how most successful people such as presenters, business women and men became successful and you will find that they have associated themselves with powerful agents or other successful people in the industry who helped them make their dreams come true.


2. BE LIKED: It is true, if people like you success can be yours so get people to like you and talk


about you.


3. ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT: Most in- fluential people do not have time so you have to


make it easier for them to want to help you so your request has to be clear and specific. Basically know what you want and what you have.


4. STAY IN TOUCH WITH YOUR NET- WORK: Now that you have made that contact make sure you keep in touch in a meaningful way. I


remembered when my business was at a low point and I met an influential individual who could have transformed both my business and life. My biggest mistake was calling him every hour of the day for a


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Rhoda Wilson is the founder of Cetstar. She founded Cetstar to make people stars “set star” – so


through word play she changed the “s” to a “c”. She then realised that if she was going to make people famous, she had to be famous herself!


www.rhodawilson.com


response which I am sad to say never came; I have learnt my lesson. Be mindful of your relationship with your association and communicate through brief email and stay away from texting unless the relationship has developed to that level.


5. GIVE BACK: If you have been helped as a re- sult of your power of association or contact, pass


it on. When you engage others in your success it helps to build stronger relationships and ultimately everyone benefits more. ■


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