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How to meet the President - Networking 101 v2

If you were stuck on a desert island with the president, what would you say to him? What would you talk about? Learn the secrets of networking with anyone in the world in this talk.
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Jonathan Chew

on 22 September 2016

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Transcript of How to meet the President - Networking 101 v2

Think about the
risk and reward
.
"Your life will be what your thoughts make it..."
-Marcus Aurelius
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Do one thing that scares you every day...
Memorize the
Question Stack
!
Dale Carnegie
He has the same hopes and dreams...
The President is a Person too...
Pres
3 Parts
How to meet the President
Networking 101
i
dent
"President"
ence
ntimacy
Confi
He sat right where you're sitting...
He went through childhood...
He had a first job...
He has bad days too...
He wants to make a difference...
Presenc
E

i
N
timacy

Confidence
s
Think of somebody like a friend you haven't met yet...
Treat people like your friends or family...
Treat them like a long lost cousin you didn't know was related to you...
Picture if they came up to you, how you would want to be treated...
Dr. Albert Mehrabian, author of Silent Messages, conducted several studies on nonverbal communication. He found that
7%
of any message is conveyed through
words
,
38%
through certain
vocal
elements, and
55%
through
nonverbal
elements (facial expressions, gestures, posture, etc).
Like a
Treasure Chest
waiting to be opened.
Find out their story...
A
precious jewel
that needs to be taken care of.
Everyone wants to be heard, listened to, and respected...
You are important too!
Treat them out to coffee, breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
When you walk into a room, do you brighten it or darken the doorway?
"We're here to put a dent in the universe."
-Steve Jobs
W.I.I.F.M
Body Language
People's favorite subject is themselves!
Have a good exit strategy in mind!
Always end on a positive note!
(you're just talking to another person)
10 second rule
Everybody is human.
Life is an adventure in forgiveness.
Power. Presence. Warmth.
Charismatic People Have:
Body. Soul. Mind.
(Give them something when you leave)
advice, e-mail, book, friend, drink, etc.
push yourself out of your comfort zone and into your growth zone
open ended questions
Volunteer to work on the president's campaign
Physically...
Attend a campaign fundraiser.
Visit Washington, D.C. Periodically, the president will eat at a local D.C. restaurant, visit a local non-profit service project, or visit some local establishment.
Write a letter to the president. According to the New York Times, President Obama personally reads 10 letters every day from the thousands of letters he receives daily.
Attend a White House event.
You likely must know someone who has connections to the White House to get invited to the event.
http://www.ehow.com/how_5392508_meet-barack-obama.html
E-HOW.COM
Get a perfect score on the AP Calulus Test

2)
pair off with someone standing,
say your
NAME
,
add your numbers together,
and adopt the sum as your new number


Algorithm - set of instructions for solving some problem step by step
Computer Science Approach:
Story:
If you had a bank that credited your account each morning with
$86,400
, that carried over no balance from day to day, that allowed you to keep no cash in your account, and that every evening canceled whatever part of the amount you had failed to use during the day, what would you do?
Each day it opens a new account with you. Each night it burns the records of the day. If you fail to use the day's deposits, the loss is yours. There is no going back. There is no drawing against "tomorrow." You must live in the present on today's deposits.
Well, you have such a bank. Its name is
Time
. Every morning it credits you with 86,400 seconds. Every night it writes off as lost whatever of this you have failed to invest to good purpose. It carries over no balances. It allows no overdrafts.

Invest it wisely in every opportunity!
The clock is running, make the most of today,
right here
,
right now
.
Example: Ski Trip
Example: Jungle Cruise, John Lasseter
Treasure every moment that you have!
and treasure it more because you
shared it with someone
special, special enough to spend your time.

Remember:
Time waits for no one.
$86,400
1)
stand up and assign yourself your
NAME
the number
1
3)
one of you should sit down;
the other should go back to
step 2
Call.Brussels
(Confidence)
(intimacy)
What role do you want to play?
Who are you?
Program Manager
Inspirational
Blue
Sky
Jonathan Chew
Electrical Engineer
CS & Biomedicine
What are you going to do?
(when you get there)
Paradigm Matters
We should all stop "NETWORKING"
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