you should know
Only one person from each professional specialty is permitted to
meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 8 a.m. at
JoJo's Rise and Wine (12501 Nicollet Ave #100) in Burnsville, MN. Meetings are promptly started at 8am
and are kept under 1 hour in duration.
are discussed and then each professional delivers a 60 second or
less commercial or overview of what he or she does, or what their
company does. Members who have any referrals pass them along to
the appropriate parties.
attending the meetings you will build trust with other members of
CNP and start getting their referrals, as well as you giving out
your referrals to other members of the group. ( A referral is anything
from knowing a friend or acquaintance that needs the services of
a CNP member, to a referral about some sort of insight that might
be of value to another member of CNP).
a general rule, each member makes an effort to bring at least 1
referral per meeting.
participants should represent their primary occupation, not a part-time
is critical. If you cannot attend a meeting, you may send a substitute.
This will not count as an absence. Only 3 absences are allowed per
year, on the 4th absence your membership with CNP will be terminated.
was established to create success for everyone that becomes a member,
not as a profit making business. Becoming a CNP member involves
a very low, annual fee of $50 to cover print and internet expenses.
If you are committed to CNP and your profession, this is truly one
of the best ways to guarantee your success.
hold my profession in high esteem and strive to enhance it prestige.
will be truthful with members of the group and their referrals.
fulfill the needs of my clients to the best of my ability.
will take responsibility for following up with the referrals I receive.
render exemplary service to my clients
will build goodwill and trust among members of the network and their
keep informed with respect to applicable laws and regulations in
my profession and to observe them in the practice of my profession.
cooperate with others whose services are constructively related
to meeting the needs of my clients