Allison Graham

Want to supercharge your life? Getting connected & building authentic, profitable relationships is the answer and this book will teach you how.

Professionals of all stripes and ages are told to ‘get out there’ and network so they can build their careers, grow their businesses and elevate their influence in the community, but they are rarely taught the skills to do that. Most people are lost, intimidated by the idea of presenting their own personal brand, and frustrated when it comes to networking. Despite long hours at events and attempts to make the right connections, they aren’t seeing their desired results.

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About the Author

Since 2006 Allison has had the privilege of teaching professionals how to generate more client leads through profitable networking and other proven techniques. In 2013, Allison was named to the “Top 20 Under 40” Economic Trailblazers by London Business Magazine.

When she is not keynoting at a conference, training a client or writing for a business publication, you’ll find Allison in the hot yoga studio (check out her Fast Company article outlining 5 Biz Lessons from the Hot Room!), hanging with family and friends or playing with her dog Winston C. (The “C’ was inspired by Churchill, but stands for “Cutest dog ever!”

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