Network like an Animal
The Psychology & Physiology that unlocks the how to's of Networking
Ryan Ashton was not an outgoing person, or an extrovert as such, and learn the skills of networking through a combination of doing, learning, observation, mistakes, research and reading culminating in this course:
"Network like an Animal", called as such because, "We are all animals, we just forget this because we are educated, civilised and far from any other creature in the animal kingdom, but we are still animals and that means our subconscious and limbic brain are fed by our senses which drives our behaviour."
Learn the simple aspects of psychology that stop us from conducting all the "How to's" that can be found online - this is the key to unlocking the simply described actions.
Hear how you can use physiology to enable your networking confidence and see it work for your networking success.
Come and learn how and why this happens so you can override it with you pre-frontal cortex, where logic exists.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.