My Recommended Resources For Building and Maintaining Your Personal And Professional Network
Building relationships and your professional network is serious business and takes a lot of time and work.  Having the right resources and tools can make it easier and more effective. 

Below you will find the resources and tools that I recommend to build and maintain your personal and professional network. 

Some of the links below are affiliate links and, as such, I may receive a small commission if you purchase.  This does not, however, affect my recommendation in any way.  These are the absolute best resources I know of to build and maintain relationships. 

I will update this page from time to time as I come across new and better tools and resources. 
Contact Management
As your network grows, getting the right tools to maintain those relationships gets more and more important. 
Check out these resources to help you get the most out of your relationships. 
Contactually is the absolute best contact management system I've found.  I use it both personally and professionally.  Whether you are managing 100 contacts or 100,000, this system does it all. 
Click below to get a free 14-day trial AND an exclusive training that Contactually co-founder, Zvi Band and I did on how to manage your contacts. 
Part of the challenge of maintaining your network is time. 
Thankster will help you send personalized notes to your contacts in a fraction of the time.  
You can even upload your own handwriting as a font. 
Rapportive works with Gmail to provide valuable information about your contacts utilizing LinkedIn.  
Location, company, and other information -- all at your fingertips within your inbox. 
Free Trainings
The best tools in the world are no good if you don't know how to develop and maintain relationships. 
The trainings below are the absolute best I know for building relationships. 
My friend, John Corcoran is one of the absolute best networkers I've ever met.  In this FREE training, he will share his secrets of how to email "VIPs" -- and get your emails responded to. 
If you want to grow your network, this training will help you learn how. 
If you are an introvert, this is the training for you. 
My friend, Christie Mims understands how introverts feel, and because she understands how you feel, she is able to show YOU how to network -- even if you are terrified by the prospect of talking to people. 
Did I mention that the training is free? 
Check it out today. 
Networking Courses
The best tools in the world are no good if you don't know how to develop and maintain relationships. 
The trainings below are the absolute best I know for building relationships. 
If there is a "how to" networking course, this is it. 
Eight modules crammed full of the absolute best information on the strategy, tactics and how to of developing relationships. 
(and quite frankly I think it is WAY underpriced for the value...) 
Career Resources
Let's face it, often we want to grow and develop our network to improve our career prospects. 
These resources are the best of the best when it comes to advancing your career (and yes, they address contacting employers, negotiations, etc.)
COMING SOON....
If there is a "how to" networking course, this is it. 
Eight modules crammed full of the absolute best information on the strategy, tactics and how to of developing relationships. 
(and quite frankly I think it is WAY underpriced for the value...) 
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