As promised, I published my “Network Infiltration Black Paper” late Friday afternoon; I had spent all week working on this free report designed to teach anyone how to build contacts, gain influence, and infiltrate any exclusive network.
Unfortunately, I found out on Monday that, after I released the paper, the volume of people simultaneously trying to download it temporarily crashed my Ireland-based web server over the weekend.
Problem solved. If you didn’t get a chance to download it and read it over the weekend because of the website issue, click here to get your personal copy (or go to http://sovereignman.com/Network%20Infiltration.pdf)
No matter what constraints may govern your personal situation, I believe you will find the information valuable, whether you are an employee working your way up the corporate ladder, an entrepreneur seeking new funding, a lonely single searching for a companion, an investor looking for a great opportunity, or a new expatriate trying to meet local insiders.
In the world where ‘who you know’ is more important than ‘what you know,’ you’re either someone with great contacts, or you’re someone who wonders how the other guy has such great contacts.
To be clear, while the Network Infiltration Black Paper won’t cost you a single penny, the extraordinary benefits contained in the book are absolutely NOT free. You have to be willing to work at it. You have to be willing to take action.
As Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz once pondered, “Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act. Action will delineate and define you.”
This Black Paper will help you do that– I kept it fairly short at only 15 pages, so it is concise and actionable. As I have written before, I think this theme of building contacts and infiltrating networks is very important for anyone looking to internationalize themselves, or simply become more successful at home.
I plan on sticking with this theme for the next few days to further illustrate some of the concepts I wrote about in the paper– finding the open door, differentiation, adding value, etc. Give it a read, and if you have any questions or feedback, you can post a comment or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So far I’ve received some great questions, and as I mentioned on Friday, I would like to hold a free, interactive conference call next week where I can answer your questions live and explain these concepts further.
Let me know if you are interested in attending the conference call by sending me your questions and feedback in advance.