Book Review | The Introvert’s Edge to Networking by Matthew Pollard | Non-Fiction | Business | Self-help

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Mathew Pollard brings us his knowledge on how to strategically network for introverts. I am a people person personally but what most people don’t know is that I am an introvert. I feel drained after my encounters with others.  I need time alone without anyone else to recharge. Just give me a sofa some coffee or tea and a good book or Netflix and leave me be for a few days. Yes! I said days.

So if you’re anything like me and trying to be successful in your career or business then this book might be just what you’ve been looking for.

I love the unique names approach instead of using your everyday skill when telling others what you do, which I first heard Vanessa Van Edwards mention before. I read through this pretty quickly but I will be making my strategic system to market myself. This tells you what to do. It is not the traditional get out there and sell yourself and talk to as many people as you can in an awkward networking event like so many out there tell you to do.

The system itself I can not attest to since I have not put it into practice. That is the true test to the knowledge in this book. While I love reading business books like this, the real review can only come after putting the steps in the book into practice. While I flew through this book in one night and found it great, I could not began to do all the steps tonight.

With that said, I will have to update this review after I have time to thoroughly test the system. With things just restarting from Covid I’m not sure when events will begin to pop up again in my area for this test. I will set a timeframe of 6 months. Perhaps, I will even try online once I get everything together.

If you are interested in growing your network and your business, I suggest you not wait to get this book. Pick it up now and let me know how the steps are working out for you. I would love to hear how much your business grows after following this system.

This book was given to me by NetGalley and HarperCollins Leadership in exchange for an honest review. Thank you. Who knows, maybe one day I will be another one of your stories, Matt.

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