HOW TO DOMINATE THE NETWORKER GAME

Networking impacts every person you meet and determines your ability to meet anyone you want to meet. Learn from Prabhat Gautam, who has been called the “best networker” and “the ultimate connector.” He has produced over 650 events in L.A. from business launches to fundraisers and galas. He is the go-to person for millionaires, celebrities, and business owners who are trying to meet the right people to launch or grow their projects. In this video, you will get an overview of why you should take this course that will change your life and help you meet everyone you want to meet.

How to Dominate The Networker Game Online Course $2150

Testimonials:

“Prabhat is an amazing connector and organizer.  He is a doer.  He knows so many interesting people and he is always thinking of who might benefit from meeting whom – just yesterday I had an amazing call with someone, because Prabhat suggested we should know each other.  And he was SO right.  Prabhat genuinely loves people and he has a drive to make the world a better place, one person at a time, one event at a time.”

-Alexandra Paul, Actress, Writer and Producer

“Prabhat Gautam has the heart of a lion and his mission is to empower the people he meets to become the best versions of themselves and to contribute to humanity. He is a master of bringing people together and advocate for positive change in the environments and causes he supports.  He has amassed a powerful network of celebrities, millionaires, and changemakers by inspiring them through the authenticity of his mission.  He is the ideal mentor for anyone trying to build a network, discover the best parts of themselves, and those looking to apply their gifts to making the world a better place.”

-Dr. Kien Vuu, MD

“Prabhat Gautam is an amazing connector in the animal rights/vegan world. He knows everyone. Everyone loves him and he has a gift for connecting activists who then team up to more effectively help animals. Prabhat’s work for JaneUnChained.com has been invaluable. We need more people like Prabhat to create a web of compassion that will encompass the world.”

-Jane Velez-Mitchell, Journalist

“When our PR firm let us down with only 12 people for our new restaurant opening, I called Prabhat. In less than 48 hours we had a major guest list and 120+ media and social influencers. Prabhat is some kind of networking magician.”

-Ron Russell, Owner of SunCafe

Networking helps you:

* Meet new great friends that share your interests

* Have the confidence to go up to and ask out the person you will date and eventually marry

* Find a job 

* Find an apartment

* Find your beloved adopted dog or cat

Everything I Did Wrong & Will Save You From Making The Same Mistakes:

* I wanted the perfect business card, so I didn’t make one.

* I used to try to get every person’s business card and follow up with everyone.

* I took on projects and kept busy, but wasn’t excited about the projects and they didn’t match my long term goals.

* I didn’t go to social functions because I thought those had nothing to do with networking for business.

* I kept quiet about my true dreams because I didn’t want people to crush them.

What May Stop Someone From Taking This Course:

*Too expensive
It’s under $6 a day over a year.
We are networking or missing out on networking in every conversation whether we realize it or not.

*How do I know it will work for my career field?
Prabhat has been launching businesses, finding investors, producing fundraisers, founding a museum, making documentaries, and passing legislation. He has been involved in every major industry and has success stories from heads of companies that praise his ability to make the key connections through his network.

*Isn’t networking in person outdated with modern technology?
No matter how you fitst meet someone, most people will meet in person and how you interact and how well you are prepared determines who you work with. Understanding how to use technology to help with your in-person meetings is crucial to your success.

*Is this course going to be too theoretical or too technical?
The course was created by someone who talks with people from every socio-economic background, so it is straight forward and step-by-step. Prabhat hates when people try to use big words to act smart, he prefers doers who take action to show real accomplishments. This course is insightful, funny, easy to follow, and a guide to improve your networking skills from the best networker.

HOW TO DOMINATE THE NETWORKER GAME

In this 5 week course, you will learn all the fundamentals and skills needed to be a great networker. These are the five sections we will cover.

MODULE 1: Setting Up Your Networking Tools

MODULE 2: How to Best Network at an Event

MODULE 3: How to Make the Most of Your In-Person Follow Up Meeting

MODULE 4: How to Make Networking Fun & Easy

MODULE 5: How to Track Your Networking Progress

How to Dominate The Networker Game Online Course $2150




CHANGEMAKERS CENTER

Panel Feb 2 with Moby

Panel Feb 2 with Moby

Pictures from Positive Television’s “Celebrities Give Back” Talk Series

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“CELEBRITIES GIVE BACK” AT THE COLONY THEATRE

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23

How To Inspire & Empower The Next Generation of Changemakers

As part of “Celebrities Give Back,” Positive Television brings you thoughtful and inspiring conversations with celebrities about the causes, charities, and issues that matter to them.

* Ellie Laks – Founder of Gentle Barn
Her animal sanctuary helps special needs and abused children while simultaneously helping farm animals.
www.GentleBarn.org

* Peter Samuelson – Founder of First Star
His long history as a philanthropist and innovator has revolutionized the non-profit world. First Star gives foster children a chance to go to college through their mentorship throughout high school.
www.FirstStar.org

*Jim Greenbaum – Founder of Greenbaum Foundation
He has a reputation as a leader in the philanthropic world and as a true visionary in creating and choosing projects that will are involved in large-scale change.
www.GreenbaumFoundation.org

* Bob Ingersoll – Project Nim
Primatologist who taught sign language to a chimpanzee named Nim Chimpsky had an eye opening experience with Nim that would change his life forever.

* Moderated by Prabhat Gautam – Founder of Positive Television
Prabhat is a key connector in the non-profit and media world in L.A. and has been at the center of the vegan revolution.
www.PositiveTelevision.org

SPONSORS Include:
Open Eyes Foundation
Vegfest LA
World Animal News
Peace 4 Animals
Plant Power Fast Food
Animal Advocacy Museum
AlexiaAnastasio.com
Coco-Jack
PG Ware
Veggie Grill
Positive Television
Vogue Vegan
Fresh Juice Party
CharlotteCressey.com
Tree Kisser
Tony’s Circus
Tofurky
Jane Unchained
Vegan Revolution (For The Animals, For The Planet, For the Body)




TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

Bill Cosby: Absolutely, 100%, Guilty (What Happens When Victims Speak Up to Institutions of Power)

As part of “Celebrities Give Back,” Positive Television brings you thoughtful and inspiring conversations from a wide range of celebrities about the causes and issues that matter to them.

Bill Cosby, Jerry Sandusky, OJ Simpson, some Catholic priests, some college campuses, and some millitary bases have been involved with participating in victimizing either children, women, or men. When the victims spoke up, they often weren’t believed by the insitutions of power and their cases were hidden from the public. This conversation won’t focus much on any one individual or nstitution and is really more focused on how to get instituitons of power to listen when crimes are being reported.

SPEAKERS
Charlotte Laws – Author of “Rebel in High Heels” who gaied national fame when she helped lead the prosecution of a webite that had naked photos of individuals without their concent.

Alexia Anastasio – Filmmaker, producer, actress, and coach. She has a long history in advocating for the rights of the GLBTQ community.

Chrystal Ferber – Undercover investigator who has been involved in animal advocacty and a wide range of social justice issues.

Moderated by Julia Orr
Julia Orr is a long time activist and PR expert. She has been on the frontlines of raising awareness about animal rights, human rights, and environemtnal issues.

Prior to the panel, we will have a conversation with:
Dave Shelton award winning film and television writer, cartoonist, musician and author with credits including Everybody Loves Raymond and National Lampoon. Dave will be interviewing Jacqueline Mackzie (American Idol) and her mom Liane Curtis (Sixteen Candles)

Blly McNamara (Copycat) & Andy Dick (Actor) will talk about their charitable involvement and their journey to find sobriety.

SPONSORS Include:
Open Eyes Foundation
Vegfest LA
World Animal News
Peace 4 Animals
Plant Power Fast Food
Animal Advocacy Museum
AlexiaAnastasio.com
Coco-Jack
PG Ware
Veggie Grill
Positive Television
Vogue Vegan
Fresh Juice Party
CharlotteCressey.com
Tree Kisser
Tony’s Circus
Tofurky
Jane Unchained
Vegan Revolution (For The Animals, For The Planet, For the Body)




TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9

Discovering the Real “You”

Introduction by Cortney Palm (Zombeavers)
Melissa Breslow (Open Eyes Foundation)
Prabhat Gautam (Positive Television)
Jeffrey Harris (Plant Power Fast Food)

8pm – Taran Smith (Home Improvement) talks about how he takes a 3D printer into a country after a tsunami, earthquake, or other natural disaser and prints out the parts needed to actually rebuild that country.

8:20pm – Interview with Andy Dick & Bonnie-Jill Laflin
Andy Dick will participate in an interview with Bonnie-Jill Laflin where Andy will talk about his success in Hollywood, his very public battle with substance abuse and how this has impacted his life. Andy is known for being over the top, but this interview will show the full picture of this thoughtful, reflective individual who truly cares about people, animals, and the world around him.

8:40pm – Debra Wilson “You”
Debra Wilson, best known for her work on MAD TV, will participate in a conversation with the audience entitled “You.” Her focus is helping each person be the best you that you can be.

Sponsors Include:
Open Eyes Foundation
Vegfest LA
World Animal News
Peace 4 Animals
Plant Power Fast Food
Animal Advocacy Museum
Coco-Jack
PG Ware
Veggie Grill
Positive Television
Vogue Vegan
Fresh Juice Party
Tree Kisser
Tony’s Circus
Tofurky
Jane Unchained
Vegan Revolution (For The Animals, For The Planet, For the Body)




CELEBRITIES GIVE BACK at THE COLONY THEATRE  

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 

During the Celebrities Give Back event, come and meet your favorite celebrity activists. Hear them talk about their favorite causes and charities and share about the issues that matter to them. This is a great opportunity to interact with the people we have admired and watched on t.v.

Panel Discussion at 8pm
How to Spread an Activist Message in our Modern Media Age
* Shaun Monson (Unity & Earthlings)
* Mark Devries (Spy Drones Expose Smithfield Foods Factory Farms)
* Katie Cleary (World Animal News)
* Ted Braun (Darfur Now)
* Simone Reyes (Director of Television Development at Def Pictures)

Moby Interview with Lisa Bloom at 8:45pm
Singer, DJ, and Little Pine Restaurant Owner, Moby will dicuss his journey to become an activist during this conversation with attorney, activist, and television personality Lisa Bloom

Celebrities Attending Include:
Andy Dick (Actor)
Debra Wilson (Mad TV)
Katie Cleary (America’s Next Top Model)
Jane Velez-Mitchell (Celebrity Justice)
Simone Reyes (Rush Communications)
Bonnie-Jill Laflin (ESPN)
Lisa Bloom (CNN)
Shira Scott Astrof (The Office)
Amy Jean Davis (American Idol)
Mark Devries (Speciesism: The Movie and Spy Drones Expose Smithfield Foods Factory Farms)
Moby

Sponsors Include:
Open Eyes FoundationVegfest LA, World Animal News, Peace 4 Animals, Animal Advocacy Museum, Coco-Jack, PG WareVeggie GrillPositive Television, Vogue Vegan, Fresh Juice Party, Tofurky, Vegan Revolution (For The Animals, For The Planet, For the Body), Tony’s Circus




About Positive Television and its founder, Prabhat Gautam

prabhatThe Goal of Positive Television is to create a television network, which will generate publicity for the many groups already making positive change and to assist developing groups and individuals flourish. Prabhat’s belief is that there are already many positive things being done all around the world, so televising charity related programs and events should inspire more people to get involved. Prabhat has said, “People have a fascination with all aspects of celebrity life, so I wanted to create a network that focuses on the giving done by celebrities and use that celebrity power for the highest good.”

Positive Television will be a television network where viewers will tune in to watch entertaining celebrity fundraising events, which will inspire and help to shape this world for the better. We at Positive Television are driven with the passion to raise millions of dollars for charities and causes that are essential to the betterment of the people of this world. Positive Television is a concept that should have happened long ago, so with your help, we hope to finally broadcast the type of television that creates real social change.

He is deeply committed to making this network happen and feels that it can be a major tool for improving the lives of people around the world. He has assembled a staff of friends, family, and excited new friends that believe in this network. We at Positive Television believe that people who learn about the goals of this network will want to be involved and we hope you are as passionate about this idea as we are and you decide to get involved.

Positive Television intends to be a television network that promotes individuals, organizations, and events that are working to improve communities and lives throughout the world. Programming plans include sporting events, concerts, stand up comedy routines, dinners and roasts, fashion shows, game shows, and specials that will all donate their proceeds to social causes.

This network will show celebrity fundraising events that inspire the audience to want to gain more awareness and involvement with important issues. We hope to broadcast the many events that are already taking place around the world, therefore much of the programming is simply recording what is already being done and televising it. We do however also plan to create programming such as town halls after major events such as school shootings, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other tragedies to help everyone people voice their feelings and try to move forward as a community. Creating diverse yet quality programming is important to this network. We believe that this network will gain quite a following with the variety and positive nature of the programs. We expect Positive Television to be the first and most popular place for people to learn about philanthropy and volunteerism. Positive Television believes we should be positive, stay positive, and try to do something positive.

Here are some numbers that will illustrate that this network is not only good for the betterment of people, but good business:

Basic Cable Customers 72,111,560
U.S. Television Households 106,641,910
Cable U.S. T.V. Households 67.4%
Homes Passed by Cable 103,700,000
Cable Systems 9,947
Annual Cable Revenue $49.43 billion
Total Advertising Revenue $14.7 billion

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Prabhat Gautam, CEO

Prabhat has had a strong desire to be involved in issues such as world hunger, homelessness, finding cures to diseases, promoting organ, tissue, and bone marrow donation, and building hospitals in under-developed countries. He spent much of his time in college volunteering with a local community television station and produced and hosted programs that worked to raise awareness about issues that matter to young adults.

Prabhat has since continued his commitment to volunteerism with his work with the Center for the Advancement of Nonviolence, Doctors Without Borders, Muscular Dystrophy Association, American Heart Association, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Entertainment Industry Foundation, Liberty Hill Foundation, Giving Back Fund, Salvation Army, Project Angel Food, ACLU, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, AmeriCorps, Dream Center, PETA, Humane Society of the United States, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and Children’s Wish Foundation. When asked about his volunteerism, he says, “Each experience has been rewarding, but I know I need to do so much more.” His desire is to create something that will highlight the good that is going on in the world with the hope that more people will get involved in making even greater good happen.

Prabhat has believed in volunteering his time and working to promote charities since he was a youngster in Oklahoma. In 1993, his father died from a heart attack at the age of 49. Prabhat was only 16 years old and this loss took him on a journey where he would be consumed with trying to figure out ways to eliminate preventable death. In 2001, Prabhat was given the honor of donating bone marrow to a 16 year old girl named Anka, who had Acute Myelogenous Leukemia. Sadly, she would die one year later, but her life and death would become the focus of Prabhat’s life’s work. Two months after the loss of Anka, Prabhat experiences loss again with the death of Rachel, an 18 year old child whose wish he worked on as a Make A Wish Foundation volunteer. The losses of Rachel and Anka still motivate him to work towards finding a cure for cancer and all other causes of premature death.

In September of 2001, Prabhat was visiting his sister in New York and was scheduled to fly back to Los Angles on September 11, 2001. He often tells a story about what it is like to see that city for the first time during that trip and within a couple days seeing a city that is completely devastated. Prabhat felt great sadness for all those who lost their lives that day and says that he can’ t ever go forward without looking back and realizing how lucky he was and now he has a responsibility to use his life to help everyone he possibly can.

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What People are Saying about Positive Television and Prabhat Gautam:

As you know firsthand, the Annual Meeting is a unique experience that makes a tangible, positive impact on our world. I appreciate the hours and hard work you contributed to help us organize a successful event. I am grateful for your dedication to our mission.

Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States

Animal Acres, and our farmed animal friends, are clucking, honking, mooing, and cheering for Positive Television and Prabhat Gautam’s tremendous efforts and personal action in important issues…

Lorri Houston, Founder of Animal Acres and Co-Founder of Farm Sanctuary

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