Your Client is in the Room: Networking Secrets Even an Introvert Can Master

Research shows at least 50% of US adults identify themselves as introverted. And according to an article published by Psychology Today, 50% of US adults say they are shy. Statistically at least half of your conference attendees will fall into one these two categories.

“Your Client is in the Room: Networking Secrets to Increase Your Confidence & Conference ROI” is built for the 50% who will struggle with making connections and very likely wish they had some kind of training to give them the much needed confidence and tools they need to break out of this cycle.

Richard Oceguera

Author, networking guru, and Introvert Icon Richard Oceguera

This interactive breakout session is designed to give several easy to learn networking tools that will help conference attendees gain confidence in their ability to connect, improve their level of professionalism while networking and then leverage the contacts they make after the conference.

Author, networking guru, and Introvert Icon Richard Oceguera brings reverence and a sense of play to making connections. He knows that community is foundational in building business.

And he knows the quiet strength of the introvert. His compassionate philosophy to coaching is simple – Everyone has something to offer; everyone has the right, and the power, to shine.

This former wallflower is now a multi-award winning entrepreneur; the founder of several six-figure businesses; (including a Chamber of Commerce in NYC); the author of Convert Your Community to Cash: Monetize Your Connections; and a national television spokesperson on networking for business professionals.

Join us LIVE tonight at 5:30 pm EST/2:30 pm PST by clicking here.

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