The Essential ‘Stay Alive’ and ‘Expand’ Skill — Networking

The Essential “Stay Alive” and “Expand” Skill — Networking
Whether you are a new church plant, mid way into the process of reaching your community or your story is long established, your group (or you personally) are only as effective as your capacity to connect with those around you.  
Some seem to have a natural skill at meeting and making relationships while others have to work at it to become fluent “inviters” into the life or your organization.  
The difference between those who succeed or fail… or those who barely survive by a thread, is this skill of being able to connect with others easily, fluidly, and with enthusiasm.  
Networking is not the realm of insurance salesmen.  It is the very language of Jesus and the kingdom of God.  As we learn it we can pass it along to our people who can be liberated to become inviters themselves throughout the city!   

Among other focus issues we will look at:

•    Learn to think expansively

•    Learn to think as a natural networker – fluency is attainable as with a new language – not translating in your mind then speaking in the new tongue but thinking in the new language in an instant, naturally!

•    Learn to see people as Jesus did – celebrating all he came in contact with – there are no longer any mere, common people – everyone is special beyond words because they are moving somewhere spiritually.  

•    Learn the habits of those who connect with 100% of those they meet; EVERYONE’S information is captured for future reference

•    Lots of tools for regularly connecting with your newly acquired friends (do you already have enough friends?  I will never have enough friends even if I continue to add several a day and life to be 110!)  

•    Learn how to coach those around you – those you lead – into building their network of connections into vast numbers so they begin to live differently than they currently live / see / think 

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