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Larry Benet and Grant Cardone

In this Show

On this episode of Power Players Grant interviews Larry Benet, Chief Connetor of SANG, the Speakers & Authors Networking Group, whose members and participants include: Les Brown, Peter Guber, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Harvey Mackay, Keith Ferrazzi, Tony Hsieh of Zappos, Paula Abdul and many more.

Benet, often referred to as one of the “Most Connected People on the Planet,” builds much more than just passing friendships.
This professional world renown Connector understands the relationships you have are your most valuable asset.

Tune-in to hear Larry’s tips for how to get connected and stay connected. He also defines the important networking concepts of relationship capital, connection currency and more.

Learn more about the simple steps you can take today to become a connector and how Larry was able to get Richard Branson’s email address in less than thirty seconds.

This is probably the most valuable lesson in connectivity you can learn.

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