Hi, my name is John Corcoran. You probably arrived here because you heard my interview on the JD Blogger podcast.
As a special gift for JD Blogger readers, I offer you this free ebook.
I think you’ll love this 12,000-word, 52+ page ebook which will show you exactly how to create your own personal networking plan so that you can use relationships to earn more money and grow your business. I include plenty of examples and you can print it up and write directly in the book.
What You Get When You Sign Up
- the FREE ebook “How to Create Your Personal Networking Plan: A Step-by-Step Guide for Turning Relationships into Revenue.”
access to the subscribers-only resources showing you how you can use political strategies to grow your business (yes, really).
- advice on how to steal networking strategies from politicians – to turn relationships into revenue.
- you’ll also get my free newsletter with other practical tips on growing your business (don’t worry, I would never spam you and you can unsubscribe at any time.)
What People Are Saying About John Corcoran:
John Corcoran is someone I trust for sound, practical advice. Recently, I was stumped as I was working through an issue with my business. He and I got on the phone and he helped me think through my idea in a way I couldn’t after hours of trying. He is a creative problem solver whose background in politics gives him a unique take on business. — Andrew Warner, Mixergy.com
John Corcoran really knows his stuff when it comes to networking. You don’t get a job at the White House at age 23 unless you really know how to connect with people. His advice on how to broaden your network is worth its weight in gold. — JV Crum III, entrepreneur, author of Conscious Millionaire, CEO of www.ConsciousMillionaire.com
Who Is John Corcoran?
“I’ve worn a lot of hats in my career. I’ve worked in politics, in Hollywood, and in Silicon Valley, and for the past few years, as an attorney working with small business owners and entrepreneurs.
I created SmartBusinessRevolution.com to share my experiences and the connections I see between successful political strategies and how those strategies can work in business as well.”