Approaching People at Conferences With Confidence

Theo van der Zee | September 16, 2013 | Reading time: 7 min

pool billiards Conferences are a great place for networking. However, connecting to people you don’t know yet can be a challenge. For most people it triggers an innate fear, ranging from mild anxiety to a total body freeze. This anxiety prevents many great connection opportunities and potentially mutually beneficial relationships from forming. Yet, approaching people at conferences is not a scary as you might think, if you have the right tools. In this article I offer my insights on how to make these valuable connections at conferences. I will explain to you how by observing others, you can learn to tell whether or not they want to connect to you.

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