Happy 21st–How To Work A Room (R)!

I’ve mentioned my good friend Susan RoAne’s networking books in a few of my previous blogs because her content is not only invaluably effective and simple to implement, it’s also a real treat to study because she’s hilariously witty and it shows in her work.

If you haven’t yet checked out any of Susan’s networking content, now is the perfect time to start.  Susan’s bestselling book How To Work A Room has just turned 21, and the information it offers is timeless. In fact, it’s actually even more important now than ever.

In fact, Susan began designing networking workshops in the early ’80s when, due to the down economy, she was one of 1,200 San Francisco teachers who were laid off.  Her material is specifically relevant to those who want to generate business through networking despite economic downturns, and I don’t know anybody who couldn’t benefit from that information currently.  Through her workshops, Susan ended up not only helping her peers get back on their feet financially, she also ended up writing her first book based on her most popular workshop.

Now her first book, How To Work A Room, has been in bookstores for more than two decades, has sold over a million copies worldwide and is now in its third edition.  Susan is constantly asked to give her keynote presentation based on How To Work A Room at various meetings, conferences and conventions across the globe. If you ever have the chance to attend an event where Susan is speaking, take it! Don’t take my word for it though: Grab a copy of How To Work A Room and, after you read it, I’m willing to bet you wouldn’t have to think twice about going to any event where Susan is scheduled to speak. 😉

Click here to go to the How To Work A Room Twenty-One and Timeless page where you can find out more about Susan, the book and about how to purchase the book online.

If you’re familiar with Susan’s networking material already, I’d love to be able to pass your comments along to her about how she’s helped you become a better networker, so feel free to post your comments here!

0 thoughts on “Happy 21st–How To Work A Room (R)!

  1. Congrats to Susan. I bought a copy two years ago and the content is great. Very practical.I highly recommend it for any networking teacher/speaker

    Kind regards

  2. Susan is in the process of helping me, I just received “How to Work a Room” as a gift! So far it is a tremendous read! Thank you for drawing attention to this gem of a book!

  3. As a founder member of BNI and one of Yorkshire’s first Chapter Directors in Leeds working with Niri Patel, I found BNI invaluable in teaching me how to work a room and how to build and sustain contacts to open new doors. Eight years later I still instil these principles into my business and my team as witnessed by the blog on the latest networking event we hosted at our offices this Thursday http://tinyurl.com/yh4xatv

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