Sukenick Featured in Networking Times Today

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Ken Williams and I were featured in Networking Times blog— the “Huffington Post” for Network Marketing Professionals. Networking Times is a bi-monthly educational journal that helps network marketing professional build the right skill sets and mindset to be successful in their business. The topic: 5 Ways to Ramp Up Your Visibility   Read the full article in Networking Times Today »

Are You Embracing THE POWER OF LINKEDIN?

Ron Sukenick LinkedIn Training 0 Comments

In 2007, Jason Alba wrote the book, “I’m on LinkedIn, Now What?” It’s 9 years later, and I’m totally amazed that a large percentage of business professionals are still saying the same thing. With over 400 million people worldwide and approximately 115 million in the United States, if you are truly serious about building your business and your online reputation, the time has come for you to start embracing the power of LinkedIn. Let’s take …

Why Attorneys should Embrace LinkedIn

Ron Sukenick LinkedIn Training 0 Comments

With more than 400 million people using LinkedIn, including an estimated 800,000 attorneys, LinkedIn has become the most popular business-¬to–business social networking site. In fact, according to the American Bar Association’s TECHREPORT 2014, 56% of law firms and 75% of individual lawyers use LinkedIn for professional purposes. From researching cases to developing new business to seeking local counsel to looking for new employment opportunities, LinkedIn is a valuable tool for attorneys. However, many lawyers still …

Are you looking back in order to move forward?

Ron Sukenick Beyond Networking 0 Comments

Making the most from your Networking & Relationship building efforts as you move through 2016. As I move closer to any new year, I always have a tendency to self-reflect and ask the following question – “What can I do to create a bigger impact in how I network and build relationships, and at the same time, support the networking & relationship efforts of others”? In addition to what I’m suggesting, please BE KIND ENOUGH …