“How to be a Power Connector”

As part of my continuing series, “Tips to Help Your #Hustle,” here is another quick tip to help dominate in your working life. The sooner you conquer your career the sooner you can be free to start living the life you’ve worked so hard for. For me, that life happens up high in the mountains of Park City, Utah.

PowerConnectorThanks to Audible.com, I finished a book club book! I’ve been listening to podcasts in the car (Stanford’s Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders series is a great one) but my broker recommended Audible a few weeks ago and pointed out that it was a great way to keep from showing up numb because all you’ve done the whole drive is listen to SiriusXm’s 80s on 8. Which is exactly how I feel after a commute: numb and bored (no offense, 1980s, I can’t wait until I’m old enough to feel ways about things.) Sometimes I’m in the mood for music, but usually I’m in the mood to put my mind on something.

How to be a Power Connector was a good book to knock out on a commute. Most of the information is all tips and tricks you know already, but here’s the thing: if you spend 30 minutes listening to somebody tell you how critical their network is, you darn well better believe you show up to your office and start working your SOI. So get thee to Audible.com, there are lots of promo codes to give you one or three months free (which translates into 1 free book per month), and give it a shot.

Happy Monday! Knock ’em dead!

 

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