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You don’t have to shout to Stand Out "Networking Conversations that Inspire Interest and Create Connections (Techniques from a quiet entrepreneur)"

You don’t have to shout to Stand Out
"Networking Conversations that Inspire Interest and Create Connections (Techniques from a quiet entrepreneur)"
by Christine Clifton
Book Description:

If networking conversations feel a bit cumbersome for you and you’re not seeing the results, then it is time to learn simple techniques that will help create connections that are the perfect fit for you. Christine Clifton has been helping service entrepreneurs tap into their quiet power by communicating with new approaches. Quiet entrepreneurs, including extroverts, introverts, or all types of professionals, are listening to Christine’s successful methods that leverage their voice and grow their network of helpful kindred spirits. Is it time to learn these easy-to-use tips? Are you ready to make the most of your time to enjoy networking like a pro? Then it is time to learn why, “You Don’t Have To Shout To Stand Out”! "Standing out in today's hyper-connected noisy world is more challenging than ever. Until now. Christine Clifton defines how to build your personal brand without shouting. Bravo! This isn't just a book; it's a manual to keep with you." - Bryan Kramer, CEO at PureMatter, TED Speaker, Best Selling Author of Human to Human #H2H & Shareology

About Christine Clifton:

Christine Clifton is a possibilities thinker. She’s a collaborative rainmaker for professional services firms: teaching them how to have fruitful conversations that create connections with the right people and resources. As a quiet entrepreneur, Christine founded Mindful Business Matters and enjoys inspirational speaking and writing to bring her voice into the world. When she took her leap of faith into entrepreneurship after a 20-year management career, she realized she didn’t know how to network like a pro. She made some mistakes communicating; yet learned how to have connected networking conversations so she could help more people and grow her business. She now teaches her quiet power techniques so other relational business-people can avoid the energy drain of promoting themselves and the ‘feast and famine’ of service entrepreneurship. By showing up authentically in their work, introverts or extraverts can better align what they do with who they are – and Thrive!

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