• Building Trust to Build a Network

  • By: Tiffany Pham
  • Narrated by: Tiffany Pham
  • Length: 28 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (136 ratings)

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Building Trust to Build a Network

By: Tiffany Pham
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Publisher's Summary

Networking: It’s the most effective way to build a career, right? It is if you do it the right way, building trust along with your list of contacts. Tiffany Pham, author of You Are a Mogul, shows you how making connections is just the start. How you treat them is what really matters. 

Pham teaches you how to be a giver and not an exploiter, treating your network as a collection of lasting friendships that require nurturing and communication. She shares how networking can help you conquer imposter syndrome by giving you opportunities to show your strengths. 

Key Takeaways:

• How to think of networking as building friendships 

• Expand - and impress - your network by volunteering your skills 

• How to overcome “imposter syndrome” by taking a chance on yourself

• How even the most mundane role can lead to a dream job

• Be a giver in your professional connections, not just an exploiter 

• How to keep communication going so your networking lasts 

About the Mentor:

Tiffany Pham, author of You Are a Mogul, is founder and CEO of Mogul, one of the largest platforms for women worldwide, enabling them to connect, share information, and access knowledge from each other. She was named one of Forbes’s “30 Under 30” in media and one of Business Insider’s “30 Most Important Women Under 30” in technology, among many other honors.

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the title has nothing to do with the content

after 20 min in which the author talks only about herself, there is 8 min in which the author explains why you need a network. gee, thanks. that’s not what I was expecting sice the title implies you will explain HOW to build that network.

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Great for women!

The background noise is quite distracting. I wish they toned it down. The author's voice is calming, confident and competent.

Great quick tips from her experience. Great for women specially those who feel like they ask too much or that they're not 100% qualified. Men wouldn't generally hesitate to receive a referral even when they're just 60% qualified. It is okay to accept help. Offer to help outside of your responsibility, accept challenges and go beyond expectations. Give. Give. Give. Do not be an exploiter. Don't ask too much too soon without earning it first. Don't name drop, etc.

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Short, Sweet & Relevant

Good content for the short amount of time. Stuff that can be implemented and lived out.

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Insight

Thanks for the insight. I have always worried about networking and have declined help from others thinking I didn’t know enough or deserve it. Not fully comfortable on the managing of a network but look forward to learn.

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Build a Tribe

Networking often has a negative connotation to it. The author shows how networking can create value by building a tribe -- people willing to help each other in the areas of their skills and specialty.

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A warm inspirational guide to networking

A short, sweet, practical and impactful guide. Well worth the listen . Thank you

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  • E. Gopalakrishnan
  • 08-19-22

Excellent tip

loved Tiffany 's approach and narration. It felt like a conversation with her. truly a privilege to listen. next step is to practice it.

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  • Marie O'Neill
  • 07-28-22

Bland, meaningless statements, how is this a book?

So glad to hear you had a privileged upbringing. “Idyllic childhood”. With a very successful grandma, who you loved very much, that’s a truly a beautiful thing. Then you were educated at Yale, eh, nice! This was followed by leadership roles in global corporations. Amazing.
So now you’re passing on your wisdom.,.
“Identify your purpose”
“Demonstrate your strength”
Reach out but have a purpose”.
Wow! Is that it? I doubled checked - yes, that’s it. The sum total of this audible (book?/PR piece/ autobiography?)
I don’t know what this is, but it’s not a book.
So I’m removing it from my library.

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  • Salman Saleem
  • 01-08-22

Short and consise guide for developing network.

Truly inspiring story. I agree with Tiffany that give give and give help you to develop network. Besides she offered valuable insight into how to keep network relationship healthy and sustainable.

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  • SteveN
  • 11-18-21

Decent

This book is a KISS type of publication, for some the advice maybe ground breaking but I fear for most it will not. Still, if you have it included in your membership its worth a listen even as just a reminder of how to better connect and build a network with others.