COMMENT #CONTEST: Win a Copy of David Bradford's Up Your Game

COMMENT #CONTEST: Win a Copy of David Bradford’s Up Your Game

“6 timeless principles for networking your way to the top.”

Up Your Game

Only a few days left to win!

How to Enter

  • Simple – at the bottom of this article, leave a comment about networking.

Some suggestions of what to comment on are:

  • A networking mistake you (or someone else) made and how you would fix it
  • Your favorite networking tip/website
  • A funny job search networking story
  • The most memorable networking event you attended and why it was so

Don't be shy…

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About the book

No matter where you are on your career trajectory, a new college graduate, a CEO, or anywhere in between, networking is essential to your success. In Up Your Game, David Bradford shares with us his six “UP Principles” – the very same strategies he attributes to his tremendous success. Here, David Bradford shows us, “network” doesn't have to be a four-letter word.

Who is David Bradford?

David Bradford, “The Bottlecap Kid,” is Executive Chairman and former CEO of HireVue, former CEO of Fusion-io, and a member of the Utah Technology Council Hall of Fame. A proven business leader with 30+ years of experience in the computer industry, David is known for accelerating the growth and performance of game-changing organizations by utilizing his “UP Principles.” Learn more about David and UP YOUR GAME at DavidBradford.com.

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Prizes

5 free copies of the new book Up Your Game are available to be won, including shipping & handling to wherever you are in the world.

How to Win

The usual way: leave impressive comments.

The more impressive your comments are, the more chances you have to win. Plus, there are no limits on how many copies you can win, so if you want more than one copy, comment multiple times.

You can also try to influence the choice of winners by leaving more comments in support.

Rules

  • Must be 18 or older.
  • Be sure to use a real email address or Twitter account when you comment so that I can contact you if you win.

Contest Deadline

To be considered as entries in the contest, all comments must be submitted by this Thursday May 29th 2014, midnight PST, which is 10am Friday morning Israel time (check your local time here).

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5 comments
Kate Baggott says

Last night I was at a book launch and an expert net working professional picked me out in about 10 seconds and had her card in my hands in about 20 seconds. Her networking skills were really impressive.

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gideonv says

A few years ago I sent a message that I was looking for work to all my friends in LinkedIn (and got reactions from all over the world). Now I export the list first and select those that are in Israel. The reactions to my networking activity have been much better.

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TaniaRina says

When job searching in two different states a few years ago, I had the privilege of taking part in networking workshops. What I learned about poise, confidence, friendliness, and a general desire to help others connect has been the greatest reward outside of just meeting great new people.

When making aliyah, I contacted every single person in Israel as well as every single Israeli outside Israel for my apartment search. My years of nurturing my network paid off as one of my Linkedin connections recommended me for a room to rent and I was on the plane in less than two weeks!

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Jacob Share says

Gideon – good tip

TaniaRina – way to work it social media style 🙂

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Jacob Share says

Kate, Gideon and TaniaRina – thanks for participating, and more importantly, congrats on winning a copy of “Up Your Game”! I’ll be in touch shortly to confirm your mailing addresses.

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