I'm excited for you.
You are ready to take charge of your career and build a strong professional network. You know how important “networking” is and you don't want to waste any more time doing the same thing you've always done.
You want to know what works. Which is why you picked up my book “Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences” and requested the audiobook!
This information was also emailed to you. Check your inbox for an email with the subject line “Thank you for signing up!” – it may be in your Updates Tab if you use Gmail. Included in that email is an additional bonus download: “Ten Tips for Conference Connections” PDF which you are welcome to share. Please do not share audiobook files.
Would you be willing to write a 2-3 sentence review on Amazon? No need to write a book report, just answer one of the following questions:
- What did you enjoy about the book?
- What is your most valuable takeaway or insight?
- What have you done differently–or what will you do differently–because of what you read?
- To whom would you recommend this book?
Stay tuned for emails from me that will be filled with networking tips and resources to help you meet your goals. I also recommend that you tune into my weekly podcast, On the Schmooze, for interviews with talented professionals and step-by-step networking tips and techniques from me.
Since 2009, I've been leading engaging, fun, and informative presentations for a wide array of audiences to increase their confidence when it comes to relationship building – whether through networking, fundraising, intercultural communication, or sales.
If you're wondering what I'm like as a speaker, I could tell you that I'm a funny, engaging presenter who shares actionable tips to help you stop wasting time networking, but instead, I'll encourage you to look through hundreds of testimonials I've received. I've also been quoted or written about in a number of books and articles. Check out the topics I present most frequently.
Again, thank you for your support.
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