1. Hate Networking? Me too! Jennifer Arvin Furlong 11:54

In this episode, host Jennifer Furlong tackles the topic of networking and shares her personal experiences and insights. Jennifer opens up about her initial struggles with networking events, feeling anxious and finding it difficult to engage in meaningful conversations. She recounts a specific networking luncheon where she pushed herself to step out of her comfort zone and shares the ups and downs of the experience.

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Jennifer Furlong Author | Podcaster | Speaker | Communication Ace

Jennifer Arvin Furlong (aka Jen) is a communication and media specialist who has kept one foot on the professional side of the industry for three decades and the other foot on the academic side teaching communication and public speaking for almost two of those decades. She is an author, speaker, media literacy advocate, and Marine Corps veteran. Nowadays she stays busy as the Communications Director for Ad Fontes Media, as Board President for Media Literacy Now, as a speaker coach for TEDxSavannah, and as the host of the Communication TwentyFourSeven podcast, “where we communicate about how we communicate.”