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Sunday, November 26, 2006

TNNW Week of 11/26/2006

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"The Power of Questions When NetWorking," by PAUL MORRIS, Mid-Atlantic Bureau Chief
Recently I accepted a new position, Executive Director with our local Chamber of Commerce. And no I haven’t updated my Bio to include this. I did reach out to our own, CEO, Editor-in-Chief and “King of Business NetWorking,” Adam Kovitz for a name of someone that is familiar with the daily operation of a Chamber. Adam referred me to 21 year veteran in his own backyard, Clark Shuster. Adam it turns out is very active in that organization, the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce, also known as the LBCCC you may visit them at:
"Texas Tornados," by PETER BIADASZ, Southern Plains Bureau Chief
Does the name of your networking group adequately describe its personality? In Fort Worth, Texas, the names of networking groups associated with the local chamber are as descriptive as they are active. Where else can you be comfortable within a “Texas Tornado” or be honored to be a part of “The Big List”? Under the coordination of Diana Dugan, Membership Program Manager for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, local networking groups have grown in both effectiveness and personality. “A good group is a good group” proclaims Ms. Dugan, and she is proud that in the past 12 months the groups have passed more than $10,000,000.00 worth of business. Talk about a positive effect on the local economy.
"Colorado CFP Shares His NetWorking Strategy," by MICHAEL GARRY, Financial Services Editor
This month I took the opportunity to speak with John Ryan, CFP®, whose firm, Ryan Insurance Strategy Consultants of Greenwood Village, Colorado provides Life, Disability, and Long Term Care Insurance advice to CPAs, Attorneys, Financial Advisors and HR Managers. I first learned of John, and what he does about a year ago when I purchased disability insurance through a group policy with the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA).
"Take a Walk," by SIAN LINDERMANN, Arts & Entertaintment Editor
Henry David Thoreau wrote “I think that I cannot preserve my health and spirits, unless I spend four hours a day at least….sauntering through the woods, and over the hills and fields, absolutely free from all earthly engagements.”

In our very busy lives, there is little or no time for reflection, let alone time for relaxation, enough to allow a influx of new ideas, concepts or solutions to the problem at hand….HOW do I get my art or creative talents to market?
"An All-Star NetWorker," by SCOTT MANTHORNE, Sports Editor
If you are someone who is looking for an exceptional individual to network with, then Bob Neal certainly should be considered. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he continues to develop his rolodex in both the sports and business worlds.
"Jettnetting: Be a Great Listener," by HESHIE SEGAL, Contributing Writer
There are times when you specifically remember a great conversation. Most often, it is relatively balanced amongst the participants. Some authentically curious questions are posed, perhaps a few of them even off the wall, and there are some nitty-gritty answers with that occasional surprising revelation. Yes, this is a conversation to remember.

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