nervousnetworkers

There are hundreds of networking events going on all the time. In fact you cannot escape them. Wouldn’t it be good to go along to a networking event with confidence? But if you are a little nervous the last thing you will be is confident. But panic no longer here is a great little guide for you.

This is a guide that gives easy to use techniques and tips for success at any networking event. And you can put the tips into action immediately.

Handy Size

This guide is small enough in size to be able to sit neatly inside any jacket pocket or hand/shoulder bag. Whilst the book is small the print is a good size so no squinting to read the words is needed. In fact, key words are highlighted making it even easier to take in information and ideas quickly.

Packed Full of Tips

I really like the fact that there is a single clear page for making notes next to each tip/hint/idea.

The author, Ash Mashhadi certainly provides deep insights into how networking events work and how you can make the most of your time in attending them. But the guide goes further than the event itself as he looks at doing homework before the event and then he gives advice on follow up actions after the event.

In addition he touches on social media and social networking and provides another heap of techniques that help in the online space.

He just keeps giving tips and techniques. There is a lot of information in this guide and it will take more than one reading to absorb everything.

Even if you are Experienced at Networking

This guide helps in any networking situation. Even though I have been to numerous networking events and enjoy networking, I will keep a copy of this guide by my side. There are hidden nuggets even if you consider yourself to be an experienced networker. But, I wish this guide had been available when I first started bumping my way around the networking space.

Buy your Copy

This book is the perfect gift for anyone starting on the path of networking success. Perhaps it can be given by those experienced networkers who believe they have nothing new to learn. I think they should have a look and pick up the golden advice just waiting to be used.

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