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Non-Sleazy Networking Strategies for Long-Term Business Relationships with Joe Polish

October 25, 2022

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“If you care about others, there's no limit to what you can accomplish.”

If you’re in business — or want to be — you need to know my friend Joe.

Joe Polish went from being a dead broke carpet cleaner, addict, and abuse survivor to founding Genius Network — one of the highest-level entrepreneurship groups in the world. He’s helped build thousands of businesses, including giving me some of my earliest breakthroughs. And he’s generated hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients.

What’s his secret? Don’t cringe —


Not the superficial, self-focused, business-card flinging you might be picturing.

Instead, Joe Polish teaches entrepreneurs how to build genuine, long-term, and generous relationships with other human beings. Because, in his words, “If you're a person who cares about others and can solve their problems… there's no limit to what you can accomplish.”

In today’s MarieTV, we dive deeply into Joe's childhood adversity, how to build long-lasting relationships, and lessons from his new book What's In It For Them: 9 Genius Networking Principles to Get What You Want by Helping Others Get What They Want.

Watch now and learn:

  • How to be a “giver” without getting taken advantage of.
  • Where to find role models (if you don’t have any IRL).
  • The 3 keys to networking authentically.
  • Why being a “pain detective” is essential to building rapport.
  • The Million Dollar Racehorse lesson that’ll transform how you treat yourself.
  • How to offer value when you’re just starting out.

If the idea of networking makes you queasy, this episode is a must-watch.

DIVE DEEPER: Learn how to network as an introvert, plus my three favorite strategies to meet more people.

Now Joe and I would love to hear from you.

What’s your biggest insight, aha, or takeaway from this conversation? Has your attitude changed about business, marketing, or networking? Most importantly, how can you put this insight into action in your life or business?

Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.

Bottom line, humans are wired for connection. We need each other. But the real magic happens when we shift from an attitude of “What’s in it for me?” to “What’s in it for them?”

Joe and I both want to see more heart-centered, generous, and genuinely caring business leaders in the world. That’s how we’ll create the world we want to live in.


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