Are You Looking Back In Order to Move Forward?

Ron Sukenick Connection

Make the most from your networking & relationship building efforts in 2016 As the new year approaches, 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? Listed below are my 14 top suggestions for greater business relationship & networking success ONLINE and FACE …

Declare Your Interdependence and Cooperation

Ron Sukenick Connection, Interdependence

From the book – The Power is in the Connection “Known to the wise, Abraham, Buddha, Confucius, and Jesus understood the underlying connectedness of all humanity. Their admonitions to us contain high awareness of our human interdependence.” – Timothy Wilken All accomplishment, all achievement, all success, all progress that we as human beings have experienced is a result of our interdependence with others. A tremendous amount of support surrounds us in all areas of our …

“It’s such a small world isn’t it?”

Ron Sukenick Connection

Knowing what to do with your six degrees of separation can turn your contacts into purposeful connections “It’s such a small world, isn’t it?” You’ve heard the phrase dozens of times. Perhaps you’ve even used it yourself after getting to know someone, and being surprised to learn that you have mutual friends or are connected in some other way. But have you ever really stopped to consider how understanding this “small world” can help you …

More Interactions to Start Relationships

Ron Sukenick Connection

Networking is a process beginning with six basic steps. Before we can go beyond networking, we need to learn to turn those steps into interactions, by adding the crucial extra touches that have the power to propel networkers “into the beyond.” In an earlier blog post I suggested taking Step 1, which is meeting someone for the first time, and turning it into an interaction through focused, other-directed listening, using the three magic words “Tell …