How to Network With Celebrities and Thought Leaders like Steve Jobs with Kelli Richards
CEO of All Access Group LLC, Top Music/Tech Exec, Mentor, Author, Certified Coach – Kelli Richards
Kelli has an amazing story, and an even more amazing network. She worked with Steve Jobs and many others at Apple, and now helps deals with amazing silicon valley business and even celebrities. We talk about how to network with extremely high level people. I even created what I call “Connection Dinners” since taking advice from Kelli!
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Thanks so much for listening!
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Terrible audio, could hardly understand her.
I know! It’s so bad! I’ll have to try and have her back on.
It gets better towards the end! 🙂
Loved hearing about how Kelli networks and connects others together 🙂
I was really looking forward to the interview. But because of the bad audio I had to turn off about 6 mins. Please can you get Kelli back for another interview with proper audio?
I know – I’m so sorry! I need to have her back on- she was great! It gets better towards the end.
Fascinating! Its very helpful to hear how people navigate networking with such big names. So many aspire to get into those circles, but few ever make it. Thanks for the great interview!
We all got our ways, i find it awesome to hear how others have success in what they are doing. thank you for sharing.
This was an interesting podcast. Its always good to learn from successful people. I got lot of tips. Thanks for sharing it.
This was really interesting, Jaime, thank you!
It’s funny because just this week I read an article that also suggested these kinds of ‘salon-like’ gatherings as a way to batch up networking conversations. I’m gonna noodle on that – and how to create it.
Here’s that article on Forbes, btw: http://onforb.es/1pz1oVy