The 7 Secrets Of Meeting People - Mini - Evening Seminar
Wednesday Night July 24th 2013
6.30PM for a 7PM sharp start – seminar goes to approx 9.30PM
Venue: 99 York St, Phillip Room at LEVEL 2 (above Bowlers Club), Sydney CBD (This spot is a 1min walk from the QVB or Town Hall)
Admission Price: $15 per person - please pay at door
In this one evening session you will learn:
- Learn the "AIRIP Formula" for meeting people: anytime, anyplace, anybody, and have them talking like you were their long lost buddy.
- Avoid 4 Common Blunders - that will kill your chances of meeting new people. If you don't know these, ...you may not even know why success is hard for you.
- How You Can Turn Rejection On It’s Head, snap it to pieces and wonder why it ever bothered you in the past. (Not only amazing - these techniques really do work)
- Learn 5 Key Attitudes that will have you radiate 'the kind of confidence' that attracts people to you automatically. (With the right focus, your socializing is fun) You really can change your own luck.
- One Single Method (No, ...Make That Two!), that will literally have new people lining up to meet you! (David is puzzled why this idea is so frequently overlooked) You'll kick yourself, you didn't think of it.
- What People are Worth Your Time to Pursue and what are ones you should avoid? (It's not what you're thinking, ...and the answer just may surprise you!)
- Where to Find New Potential Friends; - Discover 4 Networking Keys that will accelerate your ability to meet the people ... "whom you really want in your personal and professional circles".
Light refreshments are provided and notes supplied
What do others say about this seminar?
“Organization and presentation excellent. I liked David’s openness and great sense of humor. I thoroughly recommend this seminar. Well done!”
Kaye A (Nurse)
“Gave us an awareness of possible avenues, not to be afraid to approach people and start a conversation.”
Julie F (Corporate Executive)
“Excellent! Good information. Uplifting!”
Ken T (Corporate Executive)
“Good audience participation, short concise point form tips, good use of jokes to ease tension”
Robert M (Student)
“Rudimentary at beginning, worthwhile and very interesting at end. Beneficial concept!”
Faye P (Clerk)
“You have some good creative ideas for circulating”
Lynne P (Teacher)
“Nice manner. Yes there were several new ideas!”
Trevor M (Teacher)
“Really helpful. Excellent...ideas concerning meeting people that I hadn’t thought of.”
Barbara S (Secretary)
Guest Speaker: David Newton
David has been an experienced seminar speaker and writer on meeting people and networking techniques since the 1980’s. He has authored several books on social meeting people ideas, plus David has been featured on Major TV Radio and metropolitan newspapers.