But first: WHY?
When we agree network building is not only important, it’s vital, it is interesting to be aware of where we actually spend our network building time!
Aren’t the Hubs great? – great atmosphere, great meeting like-minded others
Then you attend the Workshops and you realise just how amazing they are – especially the focus on getting tangible results
It’s great to get into the habit of attending both these meeting.
But….How effective are the Hub and Workshop meetings
If you don’t also put “Fingers to Keyboard”??????
- Each Hub or Workshop meeting will take around 2 hours to attend
- Roughly 4 hours per week (flexible downwards)
- Fingers to the keyboard will take around half an hour per day
- Roughly 2-3 hours per week
- Fingers to keyboard
- Takes less time than meeting attendance
- There is no travel time
- Can be done at any time of the day
Schedule Fingers to Keyboard into your calendar
Just as you schedule in the Hub and the Workshop
It’s very hard to get your “fingers to keyboard” done if you are always playing “Catch-up” doing it when you can.
2-3 hours on a Saturday seems like a mountain to scale compared with 30 minutes before work in the morning or 15 minutes at lunch and 15 minutes in the evening.
It’s also far less effective because today more than ever people want “instant gratification”.
In other words, people respond better if you get back quickly.
How to become Consistent?
They say it takes 30 days of being super-deliberate before something becomes a habit
Following is a great tip on how to booby-trap yourself into consistency