“You don’t really have that opportunity for the awkward small talk in an online networking event.”
— Angela Hall
In-person networking doesn’t come easy to everyone… and that’s especially the case for introverts.
But “who you know” still plays a vital role in helping you land new clients, earn valuable referrals, and gain access to opportunities to grow your skill set.
But here’s the good news: during this period of physical distancing, Zoom meetings, and virtual events, introverts have the chance to flex their mingling muscles and shine online.
My guest, Angela Hall, is an interior decorator who specializes in creating comfortable home spaces, and in this conversation she shares some deep insights on becoming comfortable in online spaces.
While this is a replay of an early episode of the podcast, it’s packed with valuable tips to help you navigate our new digital business landscape!
In this episode, Angela offers strategic advice on the benefits of having a host to guide the networking session, how remote culture has created more leeway and grace, and why you should always be aware of your camera!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
About Angela Hall: Angela Hall is a residential interior designer and owner of Friar Tuck Home, a staging, design, and decor business that works with families to create beautiful and functional spaces that they can grow into.
00:01 Behind the replay
01:33 Meet Angela Hall
02:57 Introversion & online networking
06:08 Benefits of having a host
07:35 Exiting & interruptions
10:21 Be aware of your camera!
11:50 Preparing for an event
14:53 Connecting individually
21:45 Etiquette of online networking events
25:09 Bigger v. smaller events
27:37 Final thoughts
29:46 Lightning round questions
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