Making Connections Online

How having clear boundaries leads to deeper connection

How having clear boundaries leads to deeper connection

Having excellent boundaries in place means that I can be friendly and close to my clients and potential clients. I can know what's going on in their lives, and celebrate or commiserate with them. In fact, I can actually give much MORE of myself, which means that the relationships I build within my business community are deep and genuine.

Can you spot a kindred spirit?

Can you spot a kindred spirit?

You know when you stumble across someone new, in life or online, and there's a little 'ping' inside your brain when you realise they are one of your people? It might be something they say or a way they show up or just an intuitive hit, but you just know they are 'right' for you. That, my friends, is KSR, and if you've practiced and got it nicely honed, it's very rarely wrong.

Channel your inner Labrador

Channel your inner Labrador

Picture, if you will, the humble Labrador. I have to admit, I’m not really a dog person, but I love the kind, gentle, enthusiastic creature that is the Labrador. They are cheerful, friendly, good-tempered and steady. Now, you might wonder why I’m talking about dogs on a blog all about connection, but bear with me, I have a point.

How to elegantly reconnect with people you've lost touch with

How to elegantly reconnect with people you've lost touch with

The secret to reconnecting with someone is to reach out and warm up the relationship long before you need anything from them. I’m sure you’ve all been in a situation where you haven’t heard from someone for years, and then suddenly they contact you out of the blue, asking you for a favour. Doesn’t it make you feel gross?

Why you might want to rethink using the word ‘tribe’ for your business community

Why you might want to rethink using the word ‘tribe’ for your business community

The words we use have enormous weight, and will have a range of different meanings depending on the context in which they’re used, as well as the circumstances of the person on the receiving end. Language that may seem completely innocuous to one person may carry a completely different set of connotations to another.

How to avoid getting peopled-out when making new connections

How to avoid getting peopled-out when making new connections

The majority of my audience are introverts or HSPs, and one of the questions I get asked a lot is about how not to get depleted whilst you're out there doing all this important connection stuff. Here a few tips to avoid social burnout when you're building your biz community and connecting with all the people.