Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly!
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Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly! Downloadable PDF book for Rae Stonehouse

Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly! Downloadable PDF book for Rae Stonehouse

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  • 1. Sound familiar? “Would you rather have a root canal than attend a business networking event?” “Would you rather send an e-mail to a business lead than meet them in person and actually talk to them face to face?”
  • 2. “Do your hands start sweating and your legs shake with the thought of having to not only attend a business networking session but actually talk to people?” “Do you feel paralyzed by the fear of rejection when you are at a business networking event?”
  • 3. Well if any of these apply … you may be shy! “Get over it!” That’s what our extroverted friends would say. “Just do what we do!” Life isn’t that simple. We aren’t all extroverts and it would probably be a noisy world if we were.
  • 4. Being shy isn’t a personal defect. You aren’t the only one out there, even if it feels like it sometimes. The world is full of shy people and that doesn’t prevent you from being an effective networker and reaping the benefits that networking can bring to your business.
  • 5. If there was an easy to use program or manual that covered the fundamentals of networking would you purchase it? Of course you would. So would I, however when I went looking for one I found those on the market to be too academic. They didn’t seem to apply to me or the networking situations that I attended. And they didn’t address my shyness issues. Yes, I am shy too. In fact I call myself “The Shy Guy” at times. I couldn’t find what I needed so I researched effective networking techniques and wrote my own book.
  • 6. I’m not really shy. Will this book be of any use to me? This program manual explores the fundamentals of relationship networking. If you don’t have the added challenge of being shy, you will likely find it easier to use the tips & techniques to strengthen the networking and relationship building skills that you already have.
  • 7. Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly! Download now at http://www.powernetworkingforshypeople.com