How specific are you in your monthly minute? Shy bairn’s get no sweets! In other words, if you don’t ask for the people, products and services you need, you may not get everything you want from your meeting. Be specific to get better results.
The same applies to any business contacts. Give a more detailed picture, rather than asking for “anyone.” Maybe you need a particular business within a geographical area? Perhaps, you could describe a situation that may be relevant to a particular type of person or a variety of people?
Plan your minute so you ask for a different customer at each meeting. Those listening to your pitch will be much more likely to be able to help you. If you don’t know who you are looking for, then it’s time to get some marketing help. Being specific means your energy is focused, and you are more likely to get what you want.