Michael Goldberg: How to Become the Rocky Balboa of Networking • Knowledgelink

Michael Goldberg is a force to be reckoned with. Speaker, networking consultant, boxer: Michael guides Jon through his world of boxing and his no-fear networking approach. Goldberg knows how to appeal to both the introvert and extrovert in the room, and gives ways to communicate more effectively. He also touches on the effects and best uses of technology in networking. With Goldberg’s effective method of networking, technologies and social media are used not as a crutch to lean on, but an effective platform to jump off of.


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1:58 How was Knockout Networking born?
3:38 What are the similarities between boxing and networking?
5:00 What books have your written?
6:25 How did you start this business? Were you a financial advisor before Knockout Networking?
8:55 What are some strategies for more introverted people to get the most value out of networking situations?
11:29 Are there certain events or networking opportunities that introverts should focus on vs opportunities that extroverts should focus on?
14:14 What about networking has changed over the years? What has stayed the same?
16:42 How are you touching your audience and allowing the audience to implement your practices outside of events?
1826 How have you been using knowledge product and which ones do you use most frequently?
22:00 How can people sign up for your FREE webinars?
23:25 How do you train every day? How does your daily training translate to your business?

Author: Jon Tota

Over the past two decades, Jon Tota has established himself as a pioneer in online education for corporate training. He began his career on Wall Street in sales and technology positions at PaineWebber and UBS. Then after years as a business analyst to some of the largest firms in financial services, Jon co-founded Edulence in 2002 to develop online training solutions for corporate educators.

Edulence’s Knowledgelink platform has become a leader in cloud-based eLearning, offering the premier network connecting experts with enterprise learners. Jon is now focused on discovering the best experts and helping them turn their knowledge into a subscription business.