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Networking in Covid-19 with Steven David Elliot - Show Clip #KMGTV

This is the 2nd posted clip from the new show. Steven David Elliot is also a former radio host, so he is a great guest. We cover a lot, and I was inspired to get back out  there virtually connecting to my database and making new connections in Covid-19. Which we have, so I invite you to watch this interview and hopefully it will help spark and inspire networking in and out of Covid-19.


Networking in Covid-19 with Steven David Elliot - Show 2020.10 from David Kamatoy on Vimeo.

Here are a few personal takeaways from this interview...

  1. Steven David Elliot and Rockstar connect reinforce the importance of being an extrovert at times in order to promote yourself, your brand and your business. This is hard in a pandemic and even harder for introverts. But Steven David Elliot and I both are introverts and extroverts. The trick is to just do it, fake it even if its just for 20 minutes or a networking event or a social media post.

  2. Relationships, Building relationships is extremely important for business but also for referrals. Helping and connecting people creates a Karma like effect. Relationships in and out of Covid can be  reinforced now by picking up the phone, sending an email and just checking in with people.

  3. Want to network? Check out Steven David Elliot's, he hosts a virtual session on Tuesdays as well as in person events where events can happen safely in Covid-19. Network with us by joining the email list / database and fill out your profile, we will be in touch. 


(Press Release) Multi-creative entrepreneur and television host and producer David Kamatoy has released his latest video from The Show on networking in the era of Covid 19 with author and entrepreneur Steven David Elliot. In the segment, “Networking in Covid-19 with Steven David Elliot,” the two discuss the creation of Elliot’s networking program, Rockstar Connect, and the challenges of networking in the coronavirus era.

Networking-in-Covid-19-Capture.jpgAfter beginning a career in social work with the elderly, Steven David Elliot became interested in marketing after learning sales technique from a cousin. Remembering what his elderly clients had often said to him while in social work about regrets for things they had not done, Elliot decided to follow a dream and open up a bookstore. Eventually he had four successful bookstores, two each in North Carolina and Miami, Florida, which he ran for 15 years. Even in an era of growing online book sales, Elliot’s stores thrived because of his emphasis on networking.

“It’s not about what you sell; it’s about the people,” Elliot explains in the interview. “I would help people, and they would reward me by doing business with me.” This focus on networking continued to grow and developed into a consistent networking event that provided the help he needed in his business. “I’m not a small business when I have a networking event, because I have that big tribe, a nation of people who are around me.”

Elliot goes on in the interview to explain how this networking event then grew into what today is the Rockstar Connect series of networking events. His theory, which he has shown to be quite successful, is that if people did a consistent networking event every month, they would never have to do any other form of prospecting. This is the power behind Rockstar Connect events which focus around an event host who is featured through social media pushes. By building an event designed to provide attendees with what they need to be successful, the host earns their gratitude and their connections. Many times a person who was never at the event is inspired by an attendee to connect and do business with the host.

The interview concludes with a discussion on the continued importance of connections and networking during the current Covid-19 era and beyond. Kamatoy points out the challenges of the new generation placing an inordinate emphasis on social media connections in contrast to tried-and-true methods such as phone calls. “That’s something we need to reinforce again, that it’s so strongly about relationships first.”

David Kamatoy is a multi-creative entrepreneur - a juggler both literally and figuratively. His mission is to support and inspire like-minded multi-creatives in taking their projects to the next level. With a background in entrepreneurship and entertainment, he has produced hundreds of nationally syndicated Radio and TV episodes. He works in media and business development for clients via and is co-founder of, a CRM, Email Marketing Web Platform. Juggle your business with

Visit  for more information about Rockstar Connect and Steven David Elliot.


BTS Note: If you are wondering this is the new Youtube channel above and we would appreciate a follow. The original channel  has 1500 subscribers but we are moving to a new channel since the  powers at Youtube won't take the account out of purgatory. It wont allow me to  monetize, control the content the way  I should be able to within the Youtube world. 

Additionally, we use Vimeo Pro and its great, we post to Vimeo first since you can replace a video and keep the link in that system. Once it is there and we work some kinks out of it. We then can move it to another platform. 

For more information about David Kamatoy, visit or To view the full video, visit LINK NEEDED

BTS Notes: Shooting virtual while becoming commonplace is not as simple as recording your Zoom call. While it can be that simple. In order to raise the bar you need to take the time to hack  through the options. In this specific version I used Canon cameras with EOS utility connected. I recorded a secondary camera and used the feed recorded via Skype and OBS. This was not how I planned to do it. We are looking at other solutions to get the best possible live cut or post cut involved. 


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