Through multiple engaging stories, Matthew Pollard shares practical advice to help introverts use their strengths to build their personal and professional networks. If you find networking a dreadful, but necessary, chore, Matthew will provide you with useful strategies and language to make the process much more accessible.

Nancy Ancowitz
Author of Self-Promotion for Introverts®

The tactical, practical and highly actionable advice Pollard provides introverts will not only arm them with science-backed processes and greater networking success, but dare I say it will leave the extroverts shaking their heads, wondering how they can capture some of this magic.

Anthony Iannarino
Author of The Only Sales Guide You’ll Ever Need and co-founder of the OutBound Conference

In this fresh and original book, Matthew challenges all our preconceptions about what makes a successful networker. Destined to be a classic in business and self-help literature.

Judy Robinett
author of How to Be a Power Connector (listed as the #1 Best Business Book of 2014 by INC. and one of the Must-Read Books on Success by Success Magazine)

Being an introvert can be your superpower, especially if you use it to your advantage. Pollard shows you how to channel your networking efforts into actionable steps through a perfect combination of authenticity and ambition.

Tiffani Bova
Growth Evangelist at Salesforce and the WSJ Bestselling Author of Growth IQ

In this highly readable and engaging book, Pollard shares how introverts can painlessly and enjoyably build valuable relationships and business connections. This networking system will change your professional life.

Jake Tatel
one of the world’s leading technology innovators

As an introverted executive operating in a seemingly extroverted world, I struggle with many of the challenges that Pollard outlines in The Introvert’s Edge to Networking. Using real-world examples and powerful evidence, this book has given me the tools to leverage authenticity and take a smarter approach to optimize my networking ability.

Donald Thomas
Vice President and General Manager of Bloomberg Government

Introverts know that networking is crucial to career success, yet they are rightly reluctant to morph into extroverts to get it done. This engaging book draws from the author's own learnings and the struggles and triumphs of others to show us how introverts can use their natural strengths to become superb networkers.

Jennifer B. Kahnweiler
Ph.D., CSP, bestselling author of Creating Introvert-Friendly Workplaces and The Introverted Leader

Thanks to the strategies you’ll discover in this book, my team dramatically increased donations without feeling uncomfortable. If you’re looking for a way to help your team have the right conversations and raise the critical dollars needed to support your cause, this is it.

Jennifer Stolo
Chapter President and CEO, Make-A-Wish
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