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by Amantha Imber
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My Favourite Tip - Marissa King on how to make networking suck a bit less


If you ask Marissa King how she’s doing today, she’ll tell you the truth - the good, the bad and the ugly. And her research shows that when she does, you’ll be much more likely to reciprocate that honestly. All of a sudden, you’ve made quite the connection. 
Marissa calls this “mutually reciprocal self-disclosure”. For those of us who aren’t the professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management, that’s a fancy way of saying: people tend to meet you where you are. 
That’s why Marissa wants to teach us all how to ask better questions when we meet new people. Well-designed questions show people that you’re truly listening, and allow you to make deeper connections, which is at the core of a healthy, thriving social network. 
Connect with Marissa on Twitter, Linkedin or through her website
You can find the full interview here: Bigger is better, and other misconceptions about networks with Marissa King
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Produced by Inventium
Host: Amantha Imber
Sound Engineer: Martin Imber



by Amantha Imber