Networking events can be daunting. If you are introverted or a highly sensitive person, it can be so overwhelming that you do all you can to get out of them.
It’s not a surprise that many introverts and highly sensitive people will prefer to work for themselves. That’s why most of them end up starting small businesses. They find it far less stressful to work for themselves rather than working for an extroverted highly driven boss.
Networking events undoubtedly can help a business. If you feel you’re an introvert or a highly sensitive person then I suggest that you read the article below because it has some first-rate ideas on how you can get more value and make it easier to attend such events.
Do you have any other strategies that help you in networking events, please share them below.
The featured article below is written by Darrah Brustein. She’s a writer, consultant, entrepreneur, and the founder of Network Under 40.
Networking events can be a huge source of stress and anxiety: a room full of strangers, potentially-awkward interactions and conversations you don’t know how to start…or end. You’re not sure what to wear, let alone what to say. You’re thinking to yourself, “Do I have food in my teeth?