Responding to a perceived judgmental business networking question

Written by Dennis Riley

April 11, 2018

I have a question for you, suppose you’re at a business network meeting ,mingling, meeting new people and having a great time. Then you start talking to this one person and that person asks you a question that you perceive it in a very condescending way.

What do you do?

How should you react to this person? Is there a tactful way? I got three tips for you that could definitely help out the situation.

Why should I watch the video?

You are going to meet people all the time who seem to have their own agenda. They feel if they can come off as superior, they will be at an advantage over you. By using the strategy I give you in the video, you will walk away with the upper hand!

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