- What will you be doing in 10 years?
- How would you solve the plastic in the ocean crisis – and why haven’t you done it yet?
- What are you thinking about now?
- If you were to lose everything today what would you do?
- When are you going to retire?
- Who is the person who has most inspired you?
- What’s next for Virgin Healthcare?
- What drives you? (And when can I get to Necker Island!)
- Would you invest in Bristol Rovers (if not why not?!)
- Who is the best entrepreneur?
More articles, posts and links that I trust that you will useful to any networking that you may do or be looking to do
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While Todd is talking about the marathon craziness of conferences, that same Attila-like ambience can be detected in any networking event–those happenings where buckets of striving people are plopped into a room and told to meet each other. While we do know that being a superconnector–someone at the center of many a network–avails you to exciting new ideas (and diseases!) and that email introductions are a skill to be mastered, the whole introducing yourself in real life thing can still get a little clumsy.
Todd offers some pointers on becoming more graceful:
Wed, 10 April 2013
Make the most of the valuable networking opportunities presented at events….FULL ARTICLE HERE
There’s nothing innate about confidence. It’s something we develop – usually via endeavour. That’s a key message from my book on confidence, called What’s Stopping You Being More Confident? But confidence requires us to discriminate. Confidence in what, exactly? After all, confidence in all things is impossible. I’d wager Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney is under-confident when acting on stage, while actor Keanu Reeves would feel distinctly nervous conducting monetary policy.
Of course, their excellence in one field can help elsewhere – perhaps giving them a confident demeanour when entering unfamiliar territory. But there’s no guarantee. When pulled out of our comfort zone, we all tend to exhibit signs of poor confidence.
And there’s nowhere less comforting than a networking event – those crucial get-togethers in any sector that can determine the success of our careers.
As someone with a history of under-confidence I hate such events. Or at least did. Eventually, I researched the problem and came up with 10 tips for overcoming under-confidence at networking events. Here they are:
I enjoyed the following article as it was not only relevant to landing a dream job but it also relates to the all important aspect of Brand You – Tom Peter’s fabulous approach.
Land the Job of Your Dreams Using These Social Media Networking TipsPosted on Fri, Apr 12, 2013 @ 10:00 AM on Creatine Marketing Blog
Please sit back and enjoy these nine tips that are sure to get your profiles the right kind of attention. (Feel free to take notes!)