Freakin’ Germany…Give Us a Challenge!

Group Interaction

Group Interaction at Rainmakers Power Circles Session

In a recent Thursday morning session, one of our members asked for a connection in a specific geographic area. Two of the participants raised their hand, eager to help a new networking partner grow his business. Where? Germany. All he had to do was ask. That’s right, freakin’ Germany!

Let’s talk about you.

One of your goals is to increase your business, but you’re stuck. You’ve tried some networking groups, but after a couple of “takers” within the group, the referrals you need to sustain your growth never actually come.

You might have had that experience with Rainmakers in the past. Let me get back to that in a moment.

Before you pass a referral, you want to know what that person’s all about, and whether or not they can be trusted. You want them to get to know and trust you, too.

In our Thursday morning sessions at Star Financial Bank, we have laid that groundwork with participants already, and are continuing to add new businesspeople to the group each week. We are passing business, and learning to make it easier than ever to help others refer business to each of us.

Come this Thursday to Star Bank on Markland Avenue in Kokomo. When you commit to helping people help you, you’ll be assisted by Rainmakers – we are learning more and more as our organization is evolving into a business growth powerhouse. We have a higher degree of focus on your business success than ever before. Plus, we are continually teaching new skills, and we are committed to ramping up the local economy!

If you’re having a tough time finding leads, and growing your business, come this Thursday morning and give us a challenge!

For more information, please contact one of these folks:
Nikki Lewallen, Rainmakers – (317) 902-1388
Sherry Rahl, Star Financial Bank – (765) 868-3834
Jerry “J.R.” Renkenberger, Marketing Mercenary – (765) 210-6893
Scott Pumphrey, Team MonaVie – (765) 437-1075


One Response

  1. […] these folks are comfortable in sharing themselves with others in the room. As I mentioned in my last update on this topic, trust is a big part of making networking a powerful part of your daily activities! #gallery-1 { […]

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