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Networking for shy people.
I remember one of my very first networking situations, I basically went and hid.
I mean, I wasn't wrapped up in a curtain in the corner or anything, but I didn't talk to anybody, and it was total waste of time.
But now that I've learned a few bits and pieces and gotten used to it.
I have much richer experience of networking and it definitely pays off.
I know it's a little bit awkward, but it's absolutely worth it.
You might meet someone who can help you directly, or you might meet someone who can connect to someone in their network.
So for example, I remember going to an event and meeting a podiatrist, and he was able to introduce me to the Australian editor of Harper's Bazaar.
I mean that was so unexpected and cool.
So I put together a bunch of tips—things that I've learnt over the years that might help you in networking.
Tip 1: Introduce Yourself.
I know that seems super obvious, but it is a bit of a weird social situation.
So if I walk into a room, and there's a group of people, what I tend to do, is walk up to them and just say, "Hi, do you mind if I join you?"
And of course they will welcome you.
Be friendly, don't just get straight into business.
Ask how their day's been, and then that next question can be "So tell me what you do?"
And they've introduced yourself, and it's pretty easygoing.
On the flip side, if you're in the group of people and you see someone standing by themselves, then invite them into your group.
That way, you've done something really nice to them actually cause it's, you know, they're obviously experiencing a bit of awkwardness.
And secondly, you've met another person.
Tip 2 is short conversations.
So, nobody is going to think that you're rude at all for having a short conversation.
I mean, don't be abrupt, but look, you're not there to lock in and become best friends and all that sort of stuff.
That might happen in the future, but definitely at this event, you're there to make lots and lots of connections.
So have like short meaningful conversations and keep going.
Tip 3: Business Cards.
Don't forget to take your business cards with you.
I've totally done this before it's huge pain in the butt.
Also, to anyone whose business card you get, make sure e-mail them within 24 hours.
This is for both of you.
So for you, so you remember, you know, why you made that connection.
Secondly, you're still fresh in their mind.
And thirdly, so that when you do inevitably lose the business card, you'll have their details logged somewhere.
So look, I really hope that these tips have helped you, and I would love to hear your tips as well.
So please put them into the comments below, so I can learn from you.
Hit me up on YouTube, just hit the subscribe button.
If you would like to, and, you know, come see me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook as well.
Don't forget, do everything before you're ready, bye.
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jenny 發佈於 2019 年 3 月 6 日    jenny 翻譯    Samuel 審核
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