Tag Archives: meeting people

7 Opportunities to Be More Extroverted

Think of all the times you were just going about your business and you could have struck up a conversation with someone influential (or anyone really) and there was a chance to create an business networking, or personal, opportunity. Of course, if you never strike up that conversation, there’s absolutely no chance for that opportunity.

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How to Have a One-on-One Meeting

It’s important to understand why to have a one-on-one meeting. If you’ve been referred or met someone at an event that you consider a prospect (they told you that they’re interested in doing business with you or hiring you), then that’s probably a good reason for you to meet with them.

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Networking: A One-Two Punch!

What do Boxing and Networking have in common? You need to protect yourself at all times! Make sure you don’t put people on the defensive when networking. The goal while networking should always be about learning about someone else with the intention to help them.

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How to Start a Meaningful Conversation

To have a meaningful conversation, you must ask meaningful questions. If your questions are about the weather and other topics that aren’t significant, your conversation will not be meaningful—unless we’re about to have a big storm. Even if you don’t feel like you’re in an environment that is a true networking environment—like a holiday party—it’s […]

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