Entrepreneur's Inner Game Podcast with Nina Cooke

#58: How to make networking fun, enjoyable and effective… this is the way to do it!

Vanessa VallelyVanessa Vallely is an award-winning entrepreneur, she worked in the corporate world for more than 25 years before she opened her own business. She has perfected the art of networking and is one of the most successful networkers in the UK. She founded WeAreTheCity.com to create a platform for women to find success in their chosen fields, and has changed the lives of thousands of women.

Listen in on this podcast to learn about:

  • The work ethic that her mother a drilled into her and which she has used to build her huge success
  • How Vanessa came up with a ground breaking idea and turned it from a dream into reality
  • Why the values you build your business upon are crucial to your success
  • Vanessa’s guidelines on how to overcome setbacks to keep the momentum going in your business
  • The real reason why some entrepreneurs are successful and why others aren’t
  • What to focus on to ensure you reach your goals
  • How to stand out as an expert in a crowded market
  • The key questions every entrepreneur must ask themselves to maintain continued growth
  • How to make networking fun, enjoyable and effective… this is the way to do it!

Find out more about Vanessa at WeAreTheCity.com. Follow her on twitter: https://twitter.com/WATC_girl

Nina x

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