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Module 3 Quiz: After the Event
You'll need to correctly answer at least 8 of the 10 questions below (at least 80%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: It’s not important to review your results after a networking event; if you had a good time, then that’s all that matters.
Question #2: You have a stack of business cards after the event. Entering the information in your database within 24-48 hours is a good habit to develop.
Question #3: When making a connection, you are introducing a person to someone who can help them grow their business by being a referral source (i.e., an estate attorney being connected to a home inventory professional).
Question #4: A referral is when you recommend a potential client to someone with the assumption they are highly likely to become a client.
Question #5: When promising a referral or connection, there is no timeline on when you should complete this task.
Question #6: Receiving a lead is the best type of connection someone can give you to help you grow your business.
Question #7: One-on-ones are way too time consuming to make it worth your while.
Question #8: Once you have met someone, and you agree your businesses are a good fit, a one-on-one would be a good next step in an effort to continue to build the relationship.
Question #9: After attending events regularly, or joining a networking group, it is good business sense to evaluate the results you receive to determine if it is a good investment, in time and money.
Question #10: When a balance of give and take is developed, networking is a great way to grow your business.