It's basically a tactical guide to thrive at your next dinner party, conference, or networking event.
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Action Step: Let's Practice Introductions...
In the comments below, let's practice our introductions. Remember to avoid jargon, and job titles that no one understands.
Basic formula: "I help X do Y so that Z."
Here's mine: I help people maximize their social skills and charisma so that they can be more influential, and have more compelling social lives.
Comment below with your introduction!
03:40 Fel describes how she uncovered her charisma (Book mentioned: Blink)
05:50 Fel’s family influences on charisma
10:00 Crafting a great introduction
15:40 How to approach a group conversation. What to focus on.
20:30 Why you should avoid stop words
23:25 The “secret” level of charisma: making yourself comfortable
26:25 Fel’s pain practice
30:10 Dealing with impostor syndrome
32:55 How to create an internally charismatic state
36:42 The best way to warm up before a social interaction (See my post: Conversational Muscle Memory)
38:02 How to have a great one-on-one conversation
46:20 How and when to exchange contact information
51:30 Fel’s free audio program: 3 Magic Hooks To Create Instant Rapport With Anyone You Meet
And of course...here are the two pictures we discussed. Yes, that is my cat. Yes, I am weird.
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7/21/2015 11:33:39 am
I help our animal shelter run smoothly so that animals can find good homes!
7/26/2015 01:06:27 am
I help people fix their TVs so they can stay entertained 24/7.
9/24/2015 07:06:20 pm
It's a good reminder of how we need to break out of our comfort zones, and this helps give us the tools needed to begin and hold those conversations that we usually avoid.
9/24/2015 07:23:43 pm
And I REALLY like that idea of having a sort of warm up conversation before you have to go into a social situation that may be breaking your comfort zone bubble. I'm gonna try that next time I have to do so!
9/24/2015 07:50:52 pm
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I'll help you supercharge your people skills so that you can have a more fulfilling career,
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