How To Master Small Talk Even When You Hate It

Allison Graham

Master small talk, so that you don’t lose opportunities in business and career.

In this episode of Resiliency Ninja with Allison Graham I’ll share:

  • How, even if you hate small talk like me, you can still make meaningful connections at networking events.
  • Why the cliché, “make the conversation all about them” is the worst approach you can make when small talk.
  • Why politics, religion and sex can be acceptable topics for small talk.

Check out Allison's books:

Married My Mom Birthed A Dog: How to be Resilient When Life Sucks

From Business Cards to Business Relationships: Personal Branding and Profitable Networking Made Easy

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