10 Ways Introverts Can Succeed at Networking

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If you’re an introvert, you probably wouldn’t say networking is one of your strong suits. Actually, you probably don’t like doing it at all. But you don’t have to be an extrovert to connect with others in your industry. In fact, you may even bring something to the table that no one else can.

That’s why we asked 10 entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) the following question:

Q. What’s one way to succeed at networking if I’m an introvert?

1. Focus on one or two questions

 If you’re an introvert, networking can be daunting. Instead of looking at it as an entirely open-ended exercise, choose one or two questions you’re genuinely interested in asking people when you meet them. If you make the questions count, like “What things inspire you most?” or “What impact do you hope to make on the world?” you can create deep connections with people whose answers…

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