How to Network Tip of the Week #57 – 9th October 2008
Welcome to the fifty seventh www.howtonetwork.net tip of
Back From Boston
I got back from my marketing conference in Boson yesterday.
Boston is a beautiful place and I wish I had more time to
spend there. I wasn’t very well while I was there so I
called a doctor to come over to my hotel to see me. 10
minutes and $700 later he told me I had a chest infection
and he wrote me a prescription. I think I am in the wrong
I learned lots of great tips at the conference and met
several multi-millionaires who run internet based
businesses. I will be applying some of what I learned to
www.howtonetwork.net over the coming weeks to give you a
much better site experience.
My Exam Day Experience – By John D.
Last week I spoke to one of my howtonetwork.net students
who recently re-took his CCNA. He didn’t have the best of
experiences, partly due to his lack of preparation and
partly due to faults with the testing software.
When you read it you will gain some valuable tips for your
CCNA Simplified – Out Now
If you haven’t ordered your copy yet then it isn’t too
late. The first run of copies are now in the hands of
their proud owners.
Members get a special price plus an extra 10 hours rack
time when they invest in a copy.
I have added a few CCNA and study articles to my IT
training site www.networksinc.co.uk and if you are still
studying for your CCNA or CCENT you will find some of them
Cisco Exam Coaching
I have been asked several times over the last few months
if I am available to do some private coaching for a few
weeks for individuals who need some extra support to get
through their CCNA or CCENT.
Up until now I have been too busy getting CCNA Simplified
out as well as other projects. I have a few weeks free
leading up to November and can literally take on a hand
full of clients. I only want to work with people who are
serious about passing their exam. If you work with me you
will pass. Period.
I can also assist with you getting into your first IT role
as well as how to approach companies. I have posted a page
where you can join a waiting list and the programme should
go live next week.
Anyone on the waiting list will have first refusal for the
seats. There will be a charge for the programme which will
be weekly and from start to finish should take you 2-8
weeks depending upon your experience and free time to study.
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