Born introverted without great social skills, I had to learn them on my own. Now people think I’m completely extroverted and must have been born this way. Through practice I can now gain energy alone or in groups. When I network in a room, groups form around me.
You can do anything I did. This seminar covers the top skills I learned. Why these skills? Because
- They are useful for all levels – from rank beginners to experts.
- You can practice each any time you want however much you want.
- They are general enough to apply to all social interactions – business, personal, family, etc.
- No memorization required.
- They allow you to come through, no matter who you are.
- You can build on them to create relationships.
Exercises to improve social skills in nearly all professional and personal environments, including
- Meeting anyone
- Networking a room
- Engaging and attracting people to want to know you better
- Making meaningful connections
- Connecting with high-value people outside your social circle
Can range from two hours for an overview and single exercise to one day to cover half of them to two days to cover most.
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