[Ep #43] Grow Your Coaching Practice: What NOT to do at a networking event

Grow your coaching practice: What NOT to do at a networking event

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What’s In Today’s Show:

  • Tip of the week: What I keep handy ALL the time for those bursts of creativity
  • Announcements: Banish Networking Nerves FOREVER Workshop
  • Today’s Words of Wisdom:   Networking 101: 5 things you DON'T want to do when you introduce yourself at the next networking event
  • Inspirational Message to nourish your mind, body and spirit for the week ahead



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  1. Thank you to Laura Rubensten @CoachLaura for the shout out – I really appreciate it!

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Tip of the week:

What is the tool I carry around with me EVERYWHERE I go? My notebook… I share why on the show.

Words of Wisdom:

On today’s show I share 5 things you should NOT do when you introduce yourself at your next networking meeting.

  1. You ramble on
  2. You use jargon
  3. You speak softly
  4. You make excuses and/or apologise
  5. You're not specific enough

Today’s Inspirational Message:

“Speak in such a way that others love to listen to you. Listen in such a way that others love to speak to you.” — Anon

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YOUR SAY: What about you? Do you recognise any of these things when you introduce yourself? What action step are you going to take to take your introduction to the next level? AND, which introduction example did you like best? A or B? Leave your comment below.

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