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Get Results: How to Change how you Relate to Networking in 5 Easy Steps!

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Get Results: How to Change how you Relate to Networking in 5 Easy Steps!
Get Results: How to Change how you Relate to Networking in 5 Easy Steps!

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Mar 27, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CDT

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Whether introverted or extroverted, all human beings are hardwired for connection which is why networking remains one of the strongest methods to connect with others and grow your business. Learn to boost your networking actions, feel more connected, have fun, and generate more money for your business. 

According to Inc. magazine, around the late 1970s, the term "networking" appeared. Like Dale Carnegie's method, it was intended to emulate gregarious behavior on purpose and with the goal of gaining benefits in business. And, according to Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs - besides food, water, and safety, love and belonging are the most important needs human beings must fulfill. Unfortunately, networking can also feel daunting, uncomfortable, and even annoying.

  • What if no matter who you connected with you did it 100% authentically, with intention, and had fun?
  • What if you could erase the worry about getting business when you networked and instead focused on connection?
  • What if networking was done in a fun, light-hearted, and deeply connected way?

Jen Shultz, Founder & Leader of The Non-Nine-to-Five™ has been networking intentionally and consistently for over a decade, attending more than 400 events! Through her focused efforts Jen has built her coaching business from the ground up, landing her speaking engagements, long standing clients, and exciting collaborations! She has been coaching and educating conscious people how to leave their unfulfilling 9-5 jobs and create unique-to-them serviced based businesses for over a decade. She is a sought-after speaker who has spoken for large organizations including Google, Wix, and The University of Texas.

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