How To Be A Networking Ninja

When we last left the most connected person on the Internet, Dr. David Klein (DK) was asking you to submit your questions on networking and how to connect with people who can help you achieve your business goals. You sent him hundreds of questions and he’s come back with the answer in 40+ minutes of videos.

The videos are free to watch and very entertaining as well. There’s even a bonus bloopers footage featuring Jenny and Cait acting like Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. All you guys will like it, I’m sure. Silliness aside, the information DK and Jenny puts out in the video is extremely valuable. Let’s face it, we live in a world where it’s really who you know and not what you know that is important. Life is just so much easier when you’re connected to the right people. Watch the video to find out how to be a networking ninja and get connected.

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45 thoughts on “How To Be A Networking Ninja”

  1. I agree with you John ‘itโ€™s really who you know and not what you know that is important. Life is just so much easier when youโ€™re connected to the right people.’ You couldn’t have said it better, in in lesser words!

    Thanks for the video!

    1. d3so says:

      Is there anyway DK can hook us up with connections ๐Ÿ˜‰

      1. Kamal Hasa says:

        Well DK wants your email address lol ๐Ÿ˜›

    2. The most important business lesson I ever learnt was the value of networking at the highest levels possible. It is not what you know, but who you know. For most of us anyway….

      1. Yes, it helps to network at highest levels possible but networking in general is good. Anybody can help at any time in ways that are not immediately apparent.

        Also a semming nobody can know a big somebody.or meet them before you. That connection can then be passed on.

  2. Sounds like an interesting program. But video sales pages put me off. They just seem a bit pushy to me.

    1. John Chow says:

      So they put you off so you’re not going to bother to learn then? Interesting…

    2. I agree they can be pushy and spammy at times.

      1. d3so says:

        I agree. It’s very hard to come by a very good sales page. Video can get the job done most of the time.

        1. I agree but I want to see the face of the seller in the video, as is the case here. Is he or she someone I think I can trust?

          “Would I buy a used car from this person?”

    3. I’d love to watch the video, but due to tech issues I don’t have sound so my sense of hearing isn’t part of my internet experience at present!

      The written word has to suffice at present, but an intro from John is worth gold, and they look like a fun couple, so I will be watching the videos when my sound is restored.

      1. Stocks & Thomas

        How about these videos, are they pushy and spammy? I don’t think so but it would be nice to read what you think.

    4. Heh. DK teases the content and his “camera girl”. He knows the audience. ๐Ÿ™‚

    5. SnowBall says:

      He’s not really selling anything though. It’s just a bunch of videos with info. It’s worth a try. I wasn’t asked to buy anything. Just some good entertaining information.

  3. Yvon says:

    Video sales pages too pushy?!! Come on dude. Please give me a break. I’d rather sit back and watch a video and hear some one talk about “subject” than read it. The point of it is so will a whole bunch of other people too; that’s why the conversion is so much higher. Being pushy can be done in writing as much as in a video. If you’re not passionate about what your selling and doing it won’t come off right.

    1. d3so says:

      I’d rather watch a video than read a 2000 word sales letter that’s for sure.

      1. LOL! I can see you’re one of the TV generation ๐Ÿ˜‰ Long time since we last connected, how are you doing, sir?

        Video is becoming more and more popular in the internet world, and as bandwidth becomes broader and broadband prices become cheaper this will just get bigger and bigger.

        The art of reading is dying fast. Just like video killed the radio star, so it is killing the written word….

        1. You have a point but it may not go that far.

          Remember the predictions of paperless society?

          More paper is being used now than ever before.

          1. Population is also increasing …

  4. Cool John, thanks I’ll look!

  5. Networking is the key to life..imo.

    1. d3so says:

      The key to life is air & water.

      1. Earl says:

        then perhaps networking is the key to business

  6. There is a very old saying out there, ‘It is not about who you are, it is about who you know.’ Nothing new under the sun ๐Ÿ˜‰ SY

    1. Yes and who you know will also be determined by who you are and vice versa.

  7. Paul Avery says:

    It is the quality of those connections that count. ALL of us are only separated by six degrees.

    I wonder, rhetorically, how many degrees it takes until influence is lost

  8. Hmmm…. a series of five different videos coming out periodically. Sounds like another internet guru I know. I wonder if DK is planning the release of a new system as well?

    1. I think that it’s very likely that DK is preparing the ground for a big soon coming product launch.

      On the other hand who could just be giving out these tips to build his email list and planning to launch a product later on.

      1. Earl says:

        smells like a launch to me ๐Ÿ˜‰
        I wonder when Kajabi is coming out? (the last bunch of launches I saw were powered by it)

    2. John Chow says:

      NO, DK is not launching any products. And the videos are not periodically. All of them are available right now.

  9. Get a Droid phone. My mytouch slide rocks. iPhone sucks btw. My droid has every app to keep me connected on the road

  10. If I am going to be a “networking ninja” do I have to dress in black?

    1. Earl says:

      not necessarily…

      here’s a neat ninja google trick: LMGTFY (let me google that for you) Flormata is a ninja

      I did a quick “ninja video test” and it shows up as the first hit. (no, I’m not dressed in black)

    2. Bidet says:

      haha that would be cool and you could use stealth bombs too.

  11. Maya says:

    Video and teasers are really a good way of networking since people are very visual and they want to see actual presentations. Plus putting a teaser will make your followers and viewers want to see more! It will make them check your websites.

  12. I agree with you John โ€˜itโ€™s really who you know and not what you know that is important. Life is just so much easier when youโ€™re connected to the right people.โ€™ You couldnโ€™t have said it better, in in lesser words!

    Fully agree with you. Thanks

  13. fajarpagi says:

    nice..i agree it

  14. Adam says:

    I couldn’t agreed more to the above comments on ” it’s who you know not what you know” seems unfair but thats life… I’m going watch more videos for now…

  15. ibnujusup says:

    Thanx for the sharing john…. knowing you is the best investment for me… your success of blogging really intriguing…

  16. Networking is the key to get you anywhere in life.

  17. Bidet says:

    Networking is very important, its not what you know, its who you know. Without connections people would not get far.

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