LiveTweeting: George C. Fraser: “Click: Ten Truths for Building Extraordinary Relationships”

George C. FraserYesterday, the BEAM employee resource group of McGraw-Hill presented George C. Fraser, author, networking guru and founder of on the occasion of the release of his new book, “Click: Ten Truths for Building Extraordinary Relationships”. Click Below are my tweets broadcast from the event:

  • LiveTweeting George C. Fraser author of ‘Click’: “Very good will get you fired. Today, you’ve go to be AMAZING.” Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:40 pm
  • George C. Fraser: It’s not just connecting – it’s all about following up Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:42 pm
  • George C. Fraser: Ultimate goal of all networking is to ‘click’. To make 1 + 1 equal 11 not 2. Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:44 pm
  • George C. Fraser: chemistry, fit and time all needed to create a win/win/win result. Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:47 pm
  • George C. Fraser: What are you not doing because you’re scared? Amazing people transcend their normal tasks and become leaders. Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:51 pm
  • George C. Fraser: You need three networks: personal (home); operational (community) and strategic. Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:55 pm
  • George C. Fraser: Your most important tool for sucess is not your computer it’s your ability to network. It’s all about relationships. Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 12:57 pm
  • George C. Fraser: education is just “table stakes” it gets you into the game. Next: What can you do? Then: Ability to build relationships. Wednesday, 27 May 2009, 1:00 pm
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Business Exchange: Trilogy of Entries Ends

At the risk of losing you by posting a 3rd entry in a row about the new project I am working on, I’d like to point out the good side: trilogies have a habit of working, quadrilogies (is that a word?) don’t, and so this is the last one you’ll have to endure (at least for a while).

Check me out at Business Exchange

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We’re open! Today is the day the curtain gets lifted, the veils get parted, the fog dissipates (etc., etc.) on the Business Exchange (if I had a soundfile of Also Sprach Zarathustra, I’d insert it here).

So, come on in — it’s easy! Just self-register here (insert your info, including your e-mail address and the password you wish to use when signing-in), and a completion link will be sent to you within the hour. Click the link, create your profile (a neat feature allows you to load your profile from your existing LinkedIn one) and then go to this page to sign-in: Business Exchange.

Pay No Attention to The App Behind the Curtain

Slowly, the veil is being lifted on the ‘Business Exchange’, the new project I am working on at BusinessWeek. We’re now almost in open beta and at this point have taken the product out from behind the firewall and have invited some industry types in to take a peek.

Welcome to the Business Exchange

Welcome to the Business Exchange

And so far, the reaction has been pretty positive. We’ve been written up in the New York Times (“Topic Pages to Be Hub of New BusinessWeek Site” free reg required), as well as this article in Wired.Com (“BusinessWeek Goes Geek, Nixes Silicon Valley for Inside Job“) a personal favorite of mine.

Keeping in mind that this is still in early beta, I’d love to hear your comments.

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