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RR12: Connect The Dots – How to Turn Strangers into Meaningful Network Relationships
Episode 1213th August 2019 • Relationships Rule • Janice Porter
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Sapna is a management consultant by profession and has a podcast also, called CanInnovate. The goal of her new book is to bring fun and ease back into Networking and to meet interesting people.  Too many people hate networking and yet it’s a necessity of life. We had a lively conversation sharing our view on networking, Canadian innovators, the Imposter Syndrome, and Gordon Ramsey.  It was a fun interview!  Enjoy. Sapna can be found here:


A little about me:

I began my career as a teacher, was a corporate trainer for many years, and then found my niche training & supporting business owners, entrepreneurs & sales professionals to network at a world-class level.  My passion is working with motivated people, who are coachable and who want to build their businesses through relationship marketing and networking (online & offline). I help my clients create retention strategies, grow through referrals, and create loyal customers by staying connected.


In appreciation for being here, I have a couple of gifts for you.


  1. A LinkedIn Checklist for setting up your fully optimized Profile:


  1. An opportunity to test drive the Follow Up system I recommend by sending a FREE greeting card (on me):


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