Hey everyone, what’s up, it’s Sandy here on episode 50 – the big 5-0 – of the Clearly Influential Podcast.
If you’re in business, you can’t afford to be shy. This episode is all about establishing real relationships that will help you in business and life.
Two things before we get started – first, if you’re interested in learning how to create and deliver presentations that get you results – think standing ovations, additional speaking opportunities and more clients and leads – then I have a free video traning series waiting for you – just head on over to https://clearlyinfluential.com/video-training – it is only available for a limited time, so head on over now and get access to it. Basically, I took some question that I was getting from my clients when they first came to me, and turned it into a training series so that anyone could have access to it. Again, that’ https://clearlyinfluential.com/video-training
The next announcement is a biiiig one – the next episode will be the last episode for the season! I know… I’m sad too. But, season two will be back in full swing and be bigger and better, so I’m really excited for that. If you’re on my email list, of course you’ll be notified when the new season comes out. If you’re not on the list, jump on it. I send out tips to help you improve your communication and stage presence and updates every now and then, and of course special opportunities when they come up as well. And, of course, you’ll get notified about the new season. You can sign up anywhere on the homepage.
I had a great time with today’s guest definitely lives up to her nickname of the mingling maven. Her name is Susan Roane.
If you’ve ever walked into a gathering with a roomful of strangers- or even colleagues- at a business or social event and felt uncomfortable, you are not alone.
That’s why Susan’s first book- the classic bestseller –How To Work A Room-(now available as a silver anniversary revised edition in print, as an ebook and audiobook) has sold over one million copies in 13 countries.
Susan RoAne is an author, who’s an in-demand keynote speaker. She has shared her message of connection and communication with audiences worldwide, and in diverse publications including the New York Times, Sydney Telegraph, Financial Times, Globe and Mail, USA Today,forbes.com, Men’s Health, Cosmo, the San Francisco Chronicle, huffington post and The Wall Street Journal. Her clients include Coca Cola, Yale University, Intel, LinkedIn, The National Football League, — and, her personal favorite . . . Hershey’s Chocolate! I hope you enjoy the interview as Susan shares her insight.
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