The All Cities 21st Century Network is a Southern California based membership organization comprised of vertical economic networking categories including Business & Finance, Real Estate, International Business Professional Resources, Healthcare, and Cannabis. Each vertical offers one or more monthly meetings at different locations throughout the region.
Meeting are located in Beverly Hills, Century City, Los Angeles, Encino, Long Beach, Newport Beach, Pasadena, Westwood, Sherman Oaks, Torrance, Westlake Village, Woodland Hills, and San Francisco.
In addition to owning New York Credit and having founded The All Cities Network, I am also a professional wrestling promoter. Now, you can argue from today to tomorrow whether these events are real or fake, but to my net worth and my family’s security, they have been nothing but re...Read More
Charisma: (n.): Having or displaying the trait of personal magnetism. To read other networking tips, pick up a copy of Championship Networking by Eric Shaw. To enhance your CQ (Charisma Quotient) and attract the broadest network possible, convert these te...Read More
A Steven Spielberg film…does it matter which one? On a worldwide basis, what was the last film he made that has grossed under $150 mil? Would you go? Microsoft. Hostess. General Mills. James Bond…multi-billion dollar br...Read More
We have already discussed the adage: "If you're not nervous, you're not networking." But what exactly is the psychology you should utilize when you attend a networking event? Do you go out of your way to make yourself nervous, to ensure your networking success? Let's be serious....Read More
The ALL CITIES NETWORK. Massey says, “For MediaShares, and me personally, the distinguishing factor for any networking group is the quality of the people you meet. I have found All Cities to be the best networking group I have ever been a member of, and I have made many wonderful c...Read More
You know those professionals who hang with the prominent speaker or guest of honor at a public or invitation-only engagement? They know exactly what they're doing.
We once held a Dodger Stadium mixer. Everybody wanted to spend time with Frank McCou...Read More
APPROACH BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO How typical is this? You phone somebody you really want to meet; he's an upper level professional, perhaps, and he doesn't return your call. He doesn't know you; why should he? Sure, it's frustrating. H...Read More
Who in business doesn't love to talk about themselves? When you have a breakfast or lunch meeting with a fellow networker, the natural tendency is to dominate the conversation to the point where you may want to tell the other party everything. That means that the other person asked...Read More