The art of active networking | Mark E. Sackett | TEDxFultonStreet
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Four simple questions are the start of a better way to meet people. So many people of us meet one another, collect a stack of business cards, and then throw them out without ever truly connecting. After bringing together hundreds of thousands of people, Mark shares his insights and outlines a way for us to make the most of those whose paths we cross.
Mark E. Sackett has no plans to sit still anytime soon. He owns 13 related creative businesses, lives between San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York, and thrives on being inventive daily as he works in Entertainment, Media, Branding, Advertising, Print, Packaging, Identity, Graphic Design, Interactive/On-Line and Website Design, Film Production, Music, Concert Production/Events, and Television. He has been an award-winning Designer/Director/Producer for over 31 years with more than 1000 awards to his credit. Mark consults with CEOs, Venture Capitalists, Brand Owners, and Entrepreneurs around the world to grow their brands, investments, companies, and profits.
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