13 Ways Shy or Introverted Entrepreneurs Can Network Like Naturals

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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Attending a conference can strike fear into the hearts and minds of entrepreneurs who are self-admitted introverts. While some people love to get out and network, others are more comfortable sitting behind their computer screen rather than making social conversation face to face. Watch for opportunities to help. Try to find out about others and how you might be able to add value for them. Prepare your opening lines. Think through the range of people you will likely meet and develop a couple of opening lines that will help you break the ice. Introduce yourself and start with open-ended questions. Start connecting before you go.

Image: File Image: File Entrepreneurs are accepted to be bubbly, outgoing individuals. They have extrovert personalities, love to be in large crowds, networking their approach from one deal to the after that. Truth be told introverts make designed for some of the most successful entrepreneurs. Case in point Bill Gates, after that Mark Zuckerberg. Introverts may be careful shy and quiet, even anti-social. Body shy or being an introvert be able to have its benefits.

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