In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Lesley Wallerstein discuss:
- The relationship between creativity and crazy.
- Networking as an introvert.
- Understanding what you have to offer.
- Finding a networking system that works for you and your personality type.
- It isn’t about what others can do, it’s about what you can do better than others.
- It takes confidence to go out on your own as a solo. You have to be willing to talk about yourself and put yourself out there or nobody will know what you do.
- You do have a value to add to the marketplace, but that value means nothing if people don’t know you.
- Get comfortable with feeling uncomfortable and it will get easier.
“It was do or die. I realized the only way that I could make this work is if I open my mouth and start talking about what I do, because everybody else in the room is doing the same thing. My voice counts just as much as everybody else’s.” — Lesley Wallerstein
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