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Reach Out: The Simple Strategy You Need to Expand Your Network and Increase Your Influence Hardcover – September 28, 2017
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From the Back Cover
If an entrepreneur wants to grow her business, she must expand her network. Reach Out is your guide to connecting with the right people, in the right way, and positioning your business for the success you have always imagined.
―MIKE MICHALOWICZ, author of Profit First
The concept of ‘Reaching Out’ has been proven to transform careers, yet for many it still feels daunting. Molly Beck is about to change that with this accessible, practical guide to networking. With Reach Out, she gives readers every tool they need to build and nurture relationships―and ultimately unlock amazing opportunities for their careers.
―ADRIAN GRANZELLA LARSSEN, Founding Editor and Editor-at-Large of The Muse
Reach Out helped nudge me to connect to peers and leaders I admire, something I’d been thinking about for a long time. The next three weeks of my calendar are already full of coffee and lunch meet-ups. I can already see opportunities for new roles, strategic partnerships, and expanding my network of likeminded professionals to learn from.
―DEVASHISH KANDPAL, VP of Product at Skillshare
About the Author
Molly Beck is the founder of podcast creation site Messy Bun; creator of the lifestyle blog Smart, Pretty & Awkward; and a marketing expert who has provided digital strategies for numerous companies including Forbes, Venmo, Rice University, and Hearst. Her work has been featured in Business Insider, Parade, Refinery29, Lifehacker, The Boston Globe, and more.
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Her strategies are genuine and honest, and it makes you feel like Reaching Out is in the simplest and truest communication - which it is, when done Molly's way. Highly recommend Reach Out for anyone interested in enhancing their career and their relationships, and simply sitting down to an awesome book.
As soon as I finished the book, I sent my first cold email using what I learned. The person responded two days later saying they were interested in my proposal. Bam! Molly's estimated response rate for cold reach outs is 20%, but as of this writing my rate is 35%. I'm beyond pleased.
Even if you're a master communicator, you'll probably learn something in this book.
A must read!
This is such a great book for anyone who needs or wants to expand their personal network as part of their current job or to develop their career. Molly has huge personal experience and brings humility and humour to the job. She has managed to produce a book which is perfect for absolute beginners, starting with how to create a good Linked In profile and business-like email address, but also has absolute gold in it for experienced social networkers and advanced users.
I learned loads - I have 15 tape flags stuck throughout the book and two pages of "Must Do" notes and actions written at the back (see picture!). I'll be buying a lot of copies of this book for Christmas I know!
Overall the book is a fun and practical read. It's very millennial friendly - a manageable size and has boxouts for important pieces, summaries and reminders as you go, a great "TL;DR" section summarising the key points of each chapter for any busy people skipping ahead and even the occasional fun quiz to check you were listening.
Erica Keswin, Founder Spaghetti Project
Most recent customer reviews
My daughter has several of her soon to be fellow graduating classmates reading it as well.
(a) Positively reframing my stance on networking.Read more