You know you need networking tips to help get yourself out there to promote your purpose, but you feel insecure.  Perhaps you feel like the introvert: like you never know quite what to say, how to dress, or how to approach a conversation comfortably.  You may feel overwhelmed with all of your life responsibilities and just can’t find the time.  Whatever your reason, I’ve been there.  I’ve felt that sting of not feeling confident, like I don’t fit in, like I don’t have something to contribute.  It wasn’t until I focused on my purpose work and self-care routines, that I began to feel  excited to meet other people and share my global mission.

Networking Tips: Glow When You Go!

As a creative of any type, you may feel like you can’t possibly take the time to do everything.  I get you.  That’s why I’ve created life strategies self-developed to keep the focus on the things that matter most.  They keep me fueled enough to achieve my audacious goal.  Checklists and timelines and blueprints: YAY!

What about you?  Is any of this tapping your shoulder?

Step Into Your Power

You may look at networking as overwhelming because you can’t keep up with all of the work.  You can’t find the time in your schedule to do proper follow up… so why put yourself out there in the first place?  What if you could have a system in place that helps you create follow-up routines that are manageable and clear?  (…and look and feel vibrant and glowy as a lovely extra bonus.)

In my book, Step Into Your Power, I have shared details on how to prepare — mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually — for EVERY day as if it is an important event.  You will learn things that will help you be more confident, elevate the people you’re hanging out with, and maximize your networking follow up.

I want to give you more though!  You can download a copy of this delicious book, Step Into Your Power, for FREE.  It’s an easy magazine-type read, and you can officially say it is an investment in your success. Promise.

Stay True to Your Purpose

Remember that staying true to your purpose should be the nexus of every action you take. Your purpose needs you to nurture and take care of it so you will have meaning and fulfillment in every area of your life.  Baby steps will add up to ultimate impact in your glow-factor, too. Pinky swear.

Why do you think women don’t feel like they glow, or even feel comfortable networking?  I’d love your contribution of ideas.