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3 Icebreakers That'll Make Networking Less Awkward

Let's face it, networking is awkward! It's uncomfortable and no one truly knows what to talk about. It's true. Luckily before I became an entrepreneur, I had 10+ years of experience as an actor to help me fake my way to look and sounds credible. I was able to use my stage charisma, listening, and improv skills to win the hearts and minds of everyone I met with at networking events and parties.
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