Do you dislike the idea of networking, but know it’s important to the development of your career or business?
Maybe you don’t see the point in making small talk. Or you ‘freeze up’ when asked to introduce yourself. Or you simply get nervous approaching people.
It’s ok, we’ve all been there! (Yes, even me, the raging extrovert)
But I’ve learned to love going to networking events. After all, you never know who you’re going to meet. Do it properly, and you could potentially find yourself with a new job opportunity, valuable connection, or hey, even an awesome new friend.
Unfortunately, ‘networking’ has gotten a bad rap due to people not being able to do it well. I’ve seen people push their way into a group, say “Hi I’m Mike, and I do web development, here’s my card!” and then walk away. Uh, what?
So I’ve made it my mission to help talented, ambitious professionals like you improve their conversation and networking skills. Yes, these are skills you can learn. And yes, it will take a bit of getting out of your comfort zone, but, that’s where the magic happens, right?
Personally, I’ve tested and implemented everything I teach, so you have my assurance that this stuff works.
In the resources below, you’ll discover how to:
- Create an effective personal ‘pitch’ to introduce yourself in both social and business situations
- Learn to enjoy networking, even if you’re introverted
- Talk to anyone in any context
- Get the most out of networking events
And as a result, you’ll have:
- Dramatically increased self confidence and lowered levels of stress in networking situations
- The ability to introduce yourself and explain what you ‘do’ with assertiveness and ease
- The skills and confidence to strike up conversations with anyone
- More opportunities, clients and referrals
Ready to start networking like a boss?
Get started with these resources:
>> Networking, Habits & Productivity for Creative Introverts (interview with Cat Rose)
>> How To Not Be Awkward In Social Situations (interview with Prescott Perez-Fox)
>> How to approach people and have incredible conversations (interview with Andrew Lovick)