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How to Network | Tim Ferriss

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Tim Ferriss shares strategies for effective networking. Learn more about Tim's new book here: https://tribeofmentors.com SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1dSzTkW About Tim Ferriss: Tim Ferriss is one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People” and an early-stage tech investor/advisor in Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ other companies. He is also the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers: The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, The 4-Hour Chef, Tools of Titans and Tribe of Mentors. The Observer and other media have named him “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of his podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, which has exceeded 200 million downloads and been selected for “Best of iTunes” three years running. Connect with Tim Ferriss: Visit the Tim Ferriss PODCAST: https://bit.ly/2rYjUBr Visit the Tim Ferriss BLOG: http://bit.ly/17jDHw3 Like Tim Ferriss on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/1avYUxq Follow Tim Ferriss on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/17d94TE Follow Tim Ferriss on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2IfH37J Follow Tim Ferriss on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2IfH37J
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irelia 577ksj (15 hours ago)
imagine meeting with random people and connecting with them seems like a fuckin dream to me.. why god have you made me socially awkward and distant??
Drivunda (17 hours ago)
Tim, thanks for continuing to put out solid actionable content. I don't know if you watch Futurama or not but with the new goatee you kind of look like future fry.
Ty coon (4 days ago)
breaking bad? or breaking too many glass wine glasses?
James Carter (23 days ago)
Just vibe with great people and be great at communicating. Be a great listener pick your spots.
Saadon Aksah (2 months ago)
Well thats very informative! Thanks for sharing!
Tim congratulations on getting cast in 'The King & I'
William Judy (7 months ago)
Social engineering
Sasha Nam (10 months ago)
You look like a dead ringer for Anton LaVey.
TIG2MAN0 (11 months ago)
hi Molly
Rajiv Supra (11 months ago)
brilliant
alia go (1 year ago)
omg a wooden wine glass Oo, so beautiful
呀你可 (1 year ago)
going narrow and going long.
djonesx (1 year ago)
Ignore his wisdom and let's just focus on the fact he's shaved his head. Clowns.
DrumWild (1 year ago)
I'm old enough to remember when "an ask" used to be called a "question." What I don't know is why this terminology changed. I also struggle with networking, and never knew why until I was diagnosed with Asperger's. I do not know how to make friends, and group of people terrify me. At work, I did that. "What is Ruby on Rails?" The response was, "Really? Why do you work here?"
BIZ DEV all day everyday 𝐏𝐞𝐫𝐬𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐅𝐢𝐧𝐚𝐧𝐜𝐞 & 𝐄𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐩𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐞𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐩 𝐅𝐨𝐫 𝐒𝐭𝐮𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐬 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 𝐒𝐔𝐁𝐒𝐂𝐑𝐈𝐁𝐄𝐑 𝐆𝐎𝐀𝐋 𝟔𝟏𝟓/𝟏𝟎𝟎𝟎
Olga Kukh (1 year ago)
Thanks God there are people like you, Tim! Thank you for being that "human guinea pig" that inspires others!))
Scott Duncan (1 year ago)
Tribe of Mentors by @timferriss is a great book, well wroth a read if you aim to develop any areas of work or life... the 4 hour work week is brill too!
Scott Duncan (1 year ago)
Nice different approach to networking, especially useful for people early in their business and brand ventures, when cash and time are limited.
Gabriel Gossett (1 year ago)
he looks like he's in that house from ex machina.
andy shap (1 year ago)
Or in other words: Rifle Shot approach. Not shot gun..
Dane Rose (1 year ago)
This was great! One way I built my team of mentors was simply asking who was the best and then asking them if for any amount of money they would be there to advise me when I needed them. Sometimes I hired them to work along side me. Sometimes I volunteered for free to help them. But it's surprisingly how many great people are never asked for this kind of help.
Abhishek Mathew (1 year ago)
"deep on the end of my ignorance pool" nice phrase, Tim Ferriss!
Alexandro Coutinho (1 year ago)
It really makes me think about the book Never Eat Alone, by Keith Ferrazzi. What's cool about what you're saying is that you give some practical techniques on how to execute it. And I love it. Thank you, Tim.
El li (1 year ago)
Hey Tim, great video! When are you going to do an audiobook of Tribe of Mentors?
Sergio Franco (1 year ago)
It bothers me the way the long part of his goatee is not perfectly centered
Team Shmo (1 year ago)
Much better advice here than what Trump tells people, which is just walk up and grab them by the pussy
rick hammond (1 year ago)
Started reading the new book last night. Really enjoying ir so far
Micah Buzan (1 year ago)
Counter-intuitive but great advice to prioritize talking to the moderator over the main speaker.
Shakeel Ahmad (1 year ago)
He looks like Steve Austin.
Jason John (1 year ago)
DOG
Fick Nitz (1 year ago)
isn't tim ferriss such an all out weirdo lmao
Der Zurechtweiser (1 year ago)
What happened if you went to a networking event with the intent to learn and people told you about what they did just to end with a so what do you do and you reply "I am not having a product or service to offer". What if you paid 1450 dollars for the PLATINUM BADGE in SXSW 2018, went there in a T-shirt and said to the moderator "Hi, I really like topic X, Y and Z. I don't have a book coming out or any product or service I want to offer. Who can I spend time with?". I think to really not come off as an annoying marketer you have to have nothing to offer. But then again, people will wonder why you paid 1450 dollars without any intent but to meet people. My problem with those events is that people are not genuine. I like honesty and genuine people. Just say: I am here to promote my book, it's called X and you can get it here. Or "I am not having a product or service to offer. I am here to see what people offer." and stick to it. Tim sold his book well because he did good internet marketing or went to the press, but the intent was clear. "This is X, he wrote a new book/created a new service that does Y. X, can you tell us a little bit more". Then it's authentic, it's genuine and should I like the guy and the product, I might consider it.
Heather Gonzalez (1 year ago)
Thank you!
Kim Burger (1 year ago)
I love this! Building meaningful relationships and being myself is way easier to me than a sales pitch
TheMANshow1000 (1 year ago)
Tim is a great example of how your passion makes you attractive. Dude looks like a semi-pro meth cook but his personality still manages to shine through.
Gianfranco Palumbo (1 year ago)
so the tip is to ask to get introduced to people, buy those people drinks and once drunk, ask them a favour
Youn Jung Chung (1 year ago)
Wow, thanks so much Tim!
Johnny Reid (1 year ago)
thanks Tim . hope i can get a interview with you soon!!!
Dianne Robbins (1 year ago)
Saw your interview on Gary Vee a few days ago, and ordered your book right away. It's due to arrive tomorrow, and I can't wait! Have an amazing day, "Timothy"!.
Brian vail (1 year ago)
Tim like the new look but seems like you've been hanging out with Neil Strauss a little too much lately.
Karen Alexa Palangan (1 year ago)
Thanks for the reminder! I moved to a new city - keeping this in mind. Still getting used to the beard haha. Hi Molly!
shadfurman (1 year ago)
"This is my dog Molly, and this is a wooden wine glass." Best opening ever!!! Lol
Ryan Sponseller (1 year ago)
This video is much better than the other promo videos. Tim's posture and lighting is much better. His dog comes in which is fun. He needs to wear pants instead of boxers or whatever he's wearing :p Please Tim, do not lean over in these videos, it is fueling the haters.
JamesScottGuitar (1 year ago)
Tim, what role did Ryan Holiday play in helping you on any of your launches?
SpencerOGallagher (1 year ago)
I hope you went as Walter White for Halloween. Thanks for the value Tim. It meets me at a great time. Spenny
Sean Lucas (1 year ago)
Although you've covered this before, it's great to see you describing it (semi) off-script.  Now let's update your profile pic.
katknip (1 year ago)
Great advice, thanks
Joan Addley (1 year ago)
Thanks for the awesome advice! Traditional networking is one of the most difficult things for me to do because it is not sincere. Using Tim's advice of going narrow and long much better matches up with my style of engaging with people :)
Der Zurechtweiser (1 year ago)
Just shut up
abhishek mishra (1 year ago)
Man, you have mastered human Psychology ....
Jaymz Howlett (1 year ago)
Killer Intro Track :D !!!
Amey Pakhare (1 year ago)
hey man, can u tell em which song that is?
Safaa Nhairy (1 year ago)
Not sure these tips apply to any kind of work environment and with any kind of people. How would it be perceived if a woman invited men for a booze? Would she be taken seriously? Etc
Ryan Hitchcock (1 year ago)
Is a wooden wine glass still called a glass despite being made out of wood? These are the real questions Tim.
Akash Choudhary (1 year ago)
Goblet?
shadfurman (1 year ago)
Ryan Hitchcock wine wood? Receptacle? Container? WHAT DO WE CALL IT?!
SwipeDown (1 year ago)
Love the intro, props to whoever created it! Can't wait to start diving into your new book "Tribe of Mentors". Thank you for your advice. We wIll execute this in the week coming up.
Cameron Miller (1 year ago)
Be gone bald Jesus and give us back our Timmy!
Haley Andreotti (1 year ago)
Cameron Miller hahaha
Ghetto Gunfighter (1 year ago)
Lol ok I'm sure what a loser." Is there anyone I can buy a drink for"? Buy your friends get them buzzed then talk about yourself..in other words learn how to manipulate
Alphfirm (1 year ago)
Dope strategy!
William Miles La Mont (1 year ago)
Great to see you finally rocking the shaved head look, welcome to the club brother.
Joe Maldonado (1 year ago)
Copping your book. Thanks for sharing 💯
Ben QUANDT (1 year ago)
Great tip Tim. Cheers.
Daniel Stojanovski (1 year ago)
That's not Molly?
Daniel Stojanovski (1 year ago)
What's the string?
Stephan Azor (1 year ago)
I like the new intro
Amey Pakhare (1 year ago)
hey man, can u tell em which song that is?
F Rizzie (1 year ago)
hilarious that ppl care so much wat this mf thinks and his bs "tactics"
F Rizzie (1 year ago)
hilarious that ppl care so much wat this mf thinks and his bs tactics
Successful Mindset (1 year ago)
Awesome books and life hacks.
Raul Tiru (1 year ago)
I love the going narrow and going long part a lot. That's definitely the way to go with the people you truly feel connected to. It depends on what you're trying to achieve, but you could definitely also connect online. The best way is to give first and ask later. For instance: On https://globalowls.com, professionals first donate their knowledge to nonprofits and build can build meaningful relationships because of giving first. It feels far more natural to give first than to ask first.
Lifestyle Dons (1 year ago)
Can't wait to read this book!!!
Tiaan Hoffmann (1 year ago)
Liking the Kung-fu beard... This is amazing (the how to is not going around very often) thank you for all you are doing to enrich people around the world... on a side note really diggg the 3 day fast every month I am doing a 2 day fast every month #CleanTheBodyCleanseTheMind Rock on....
Sindy Dörgeloh (1 year ago)
LOVE It!
Priskit (1 year ago)
The common sense approach to networking. I love it!
Josh Snyman (1 year ago)
Thanks for this Tim. You are a constant source of tactile advice for me. Pura Vida!
Rodney Hampton (1 year ago)
Great info. Tools of Titans is on my reading list. Small ask - please stop writing books faster than I can consume them. *RHamptonCISSP*
Adam Crane (1 year ago)
Tim - this is some great advice about networking. Playing the long game works, and you just might make some friends in the process.
Japan Travel Planet (1 year ago)
This is very useful advice and these tips make a lot of sense. It really is about building a solid network of people that we can hopefully grow with over time. Also, very nice video production! Thanks.
George Frank (1 year ago)
Nice haircut man.
NBA_FAN (1 year ago)
Narrow and long... well I've got half of that down
Atticus Astor (1 year ago)
NBA_FAN 🤣
Gabrielle Angel Lilly (1 year ago)
Thank you for the valuable tips, Tim!
Gabrielle Angel Lilly (1 year ago)
Booze! Good questions, and listening. Practice, practice, practice. Honestly.
BuonoBruttoCattivo77 (1 year ago)
Charles Manson died and passed on part of his essence to Tim.
Krishan Rajar (1 year ago)
In the book he talks about how he became 40. The hair in his head went from top to bottom 4 hours to tribe
Krishan Rajar (1 year ago)
Also jolko willink is in it haha
Nostravinci (1 year ago)
Thank you Tim, yet again!
Tyler Escudero (1 year ago)
So dank. Dank knowledge from Timmy boy. Happy danksgiving fam
healingthoughts (1 year ago)
I only watch these for the chance to see Molly.
k14pc (1 year ago)
thanks tim
lovetownsend (1 year ago)
I have a question, is book royalties really 10%? I googled it and everywhere says yes, but I just can't get over it. 10%?! That sounds just monopoly corrupt. How is it YOU write the book but THEY get the money?!
lovetownsend (1 year ago)
Ty for long detailed answer. Sounds like a monopoly though, why does everyone make it so casual that 10% isn't a big deal, it's SOOO low. That's like you building a house then the real-estate agent getting 90% of the buy. Idk... just sounds so unfair yet common place
ChannelTonto (1 year ago)
10% is pretty standard from my understanding of the publishing industry. And in children's book publishing it's more like 5% to the writer, 5% to the illustrator (as opposed to at least 10% each, which some might assume). The other 90% goes to the publishing process (editing, layout, design, printing, marketing hopefully), the distributor and the retailer. From my understanding, the retailer is the one who makes most of the money out of book sales, not the publisher. You can self publish of course, but you will then have to take on responsibility for those other aspects of publishing (or pay someone to do them for you) as well as marketing your book and finding ways to distribute it and sell it. The end result will likely be much more work, fewer sales, a higher percentage per sale, but also higher direct costs to you per sale. Being a writer is not as easy as it seems!
aukng ug (1 year ago)
Thank you Tim :)
bj0rn (1 year ago)
Jesus I've been doing it wrong. I'm so impatient. I typically just overhear a conversation and cut right in and "Ah, so you're interested in blabla, then you're gonna like this!".
Silvina C (1 year ago)
Haha! I thought you were drinking mate!
Kenny McKinney (1 year ago)
Thanks Tim, I'm a bit of an introvert and just hearing format gives me good encouragement to get out there and engage more.
Vivre sa difference (1 year ago)
Kenny McKinney me too
Ahmer Khan (1 year ago)
Ah man, all the goatee bashing in the comments!
NLP Jim (1 year ago)
Heyyy, its Leo from Actualized.org
Luka Cronqvist (11 months ago)
Most underrated comment.
Siim Land (1 year ago)
To be interesting, be interested
Derek Stark (1 year ago)
You’re the man TF. Can’t wait to meet you in person and discuss a few ideas I’ve got - and yes there will be action to follow ;)
Mat Staf (1 year ago)
What breed of dog is that?
Lucas Montano (1 year ago)
Thanks for sharing Tim. It's really about the mindset on doing networking.
Charlie McFitness (1 year ago)
Killing it 💪
Guy A. Michel (1 year ago)
Awesome tips. I'm a cellist and networking is essential to my success. I've been following you for a while and you keep getting better so kudos to you. Keep up the good work!
Lam Seen (1 year ago)
Is he like, losing it??
Chernobyl Denier (1 year ago)
Lol sorry but this is so incredibly specific and niche, it probably applies to 0.00001% of your listeners. Like the gist of it is just to talk to people and not be pushy, which is common knowledge to most people. But he just spent 7 minutes telling us to find a moderator at an event, then ask them who they recommend to talk to, then repeat the process until you barge your way into a group of people who are talking about technology, you should interrupt every now and then to ask what they are talking about, then you pray that they don't ignore you and eventually ask who you are (which is not a guarantee), then you tell them you're launching a book, and in reality they'll probably just turn a blind eye to you and think you're trying to market a product to them, while they're just talking about DevOps.

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