Join Dorie Clark for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting the right people to notice your ideas, part of Personal Effectiveness Tips.
- You may have great ideas,…but it's crowded and noisy out there,…and people are often too busy to pay attention.…How can you attract the attention of the people…you most want to reach?…Here are three ways to break through…and get the right people to notice.…First, one strategy is to write about…the people you'd like to connect with.…This could take the form of interviewing them.…For instance, it may be hard to get a meeting…with the top executive at your company,…but if you offer to interview them…for the company blog, or magazine, or newsletter,…they're almost certainly going to make the time,…and in many cases, you don't even need to interview someone.…
In the era of Google Alerts,…where people can get notified when they're written about,…sometimes just mentioning them is enough.…For instance, I once wrote a blog post…mentioning David Allen, the productivity expert,…he saw it and actually reached out to me offering to chat.…That enabled us to build a connection…and he later was one of the case studies…featured in my book, Stand Out.…
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