Scott Manthorne has over twenty-five years of experience in the fields of marketing, business development, strategic networking, and philanthropic endeavors. He is a leader in the global entrepreneur world and has connected with some of the most prolific executives from every imaginable business angle. His true passion for helping people makes him someone capable of changing our world for the better. Scott’s forthcoming book ‘The Network Effect: Stories from The Inside Circle’, is one of the books that you will not be able to put down from start to finish.
Scott resides in Florida where he enjoys exercising, relaxing, and friendships in his down time away from networking to change the world for the better.
What are three key takeaways that you hope readers will obtain when reading The Network Effect: Stories from The Inside Circle?
That’s a tough one to answer, as the book is “story based”. But if I had to name three, they would be:
Communication is the key.
Just be you.
We are all networkers.
Can you talk to us about your writing journey? How did this book come into existence and what was the inspiration behind it?
Networking has been part of my life. I was inspired to write this book so my daughter knows what I do, to prove to my business community that I’m an expert in the industry, and to show myself I could make it happen. The journey has not been easy, but so rewarding.
What are some quotes from your book, The Network Effect: Stories from The Inside Circle, that stood out to you as the book was coming together?
Build a diverse network. Don’t make it look and sound like you.
If you don’t have the conversation, you will never have the result.
It doesn’t matter how you said it, it matters how someone heard it.
How would you define the network effect?
A story book of 80 diverse individuals from around the world.
Do you have any suggestions or guidance for a young entrepreneur as they start their own career paths to future success?
Listen. Make mistakes. Learn from those who have experience. Get outside your comfort zone.
As someone who travels often globally, what cuisine do you always look forward to most?
I love the food of Costa Rica.
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