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Relationships are the backbone of business success. Rob Thomas has proven that who you don’t know is costing you.  In his book, Who Do You NEED to Meet, Rob Thomas unlocks the secrets of his Rob Thomas Method™ (RTM™) of networking to provide readers with an easy, logical, systematic and actionable process for efficient, successful networking.  Get your copy TODAY!

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Let’s face it; meeting one-on-one with someone you don’t know can be intimidating. Meeting on common ground helps to equalize the interaction. Even though the meeting is in no way a competition, it makes sense to eliminate the home court disadvantage for you.

Mostly everyone feels comfortable in a diner. After all, who doesn’t like pancakes, big salads or a cheeseburger deluxe? Who doesn’t like a bottomless cup of coffee or free drink refills? Who doesn’t like the server that treats you like an old friend? At a diner, you don’t have to be concerned about the other person’s food requirements because there is something on the menu for everyone. When it comes to wanting to know someone better, there’s nothing quite like sitting with them to break bread together without breaking the bank.

Below are my top 5 favorite diners to network in CT:

  1. Pop’s Family Restaurant | Milford, CT | https://popsfamilyrestaurant.com/
  2. Circle Diner | Fairfield, CT | http://circledinerffld.com/
  3. Twin Pines Diner | East Haven, CT | http://www.twinpinesdiner.net/
  4. Valley Diner Restaurant | Derby, CT | http://www.valleydinerct.com/
  5. Athenian Diner III | Milford, CT or Middletown, CT | https://www.atheniandiners.com/

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In his book, Who Do You Need to Meet, Rob Thomas unlocks the secrets of his Rob Thomas Method™ (RTM™) of networking to provide readers with an easy, logical, systematic and actionable process for efficient, successful networking. 

Some of the ingredients in the RTM™ secret sauce include: 

  • The #1 Rule in cultivating business relationships
  • How to identify your Top 10 business connections
  • Why it’s so important to identify who you need to meet
  • Why your message matters
  • Questions to ask and what their answers tell you
  • How to qualify the potential of a new connection 
  • How to re-evaluate your existing connections
  • The most overlooked benefit of LinkedIn
  • The importance of the “organic switch” 
  • The danger in looking for Anybody, Somebody, Everybody 

Click HERE. Get your hands on a copy today!