How to Become the Most Interesting Person in the Room


If you’re anything like me, chances are that you enter networking situations with some level of trepidation. It’s just not a natural thing for some of us.

We become so concerned about what we are going to say about ourselves and our businesses that we can’t enjoy the event. And we often end up talking only with people we already know because it feels safer.
In this video I share a simple approach that can change all that for you and make you the most interesting person in the room.

Question: How do you deal with these kinds of networking situations to make them more comfortable for you? Please leave a comment by clicking here. 

Michael HudsonHow to Become the Most Interesting Person in the Room


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  • Michael Angier - June 29, 2016 reply

    Great stuff, Michael.
    Very practical and easy to implement.
    Leadership is all about serving.
    Thank you for your service.

    Michael Hudson - June 29, 2016 reply

    Thanks Michael! I appreciate your kind words.

  • Bruce - June 29, 2016 reply

    We can learn a great deal about ourselves by learning about others!

    Michael Hudson - June 29, 2016 reply

    Absolutely…thanks Bruce!

  • Jake - June 29, 2016 reply

    Mike this is great stuff. In the recruiting/sales industry everyone wants to talk but nobody wants to listen. Successful people listen to reach the end goal and your steps get you on track in those regards. Great stuff can’t wait for more!

    Michael Hudson - June 29, 2016 reply

    Thank you Jake. I’m with you 100% on the notion that ‘nobody wants to listen.’ That’s why there is such power in asking questions and listening to the responses, then going deeper with more questions. In my estimation that is true communication versus just waiting your turn to speak and not taking in what the person you are talking with is sharing with you. Thanks for the positive feedback…and feel free to share ideas of topics you would like me to cover in future episodes.

  • Lj Martins - June 30, 2016 reply

    Hi Mr. Hudson,
    I am not in any business at this time. I at almost 60 am starting from scratch. I have learned a lot over the years . My trade was visual marketing in that I please and made a lot of money for my employer. I m trading in graphic and commercial art for fine art. I have worn a lot of hats. I am new to face book and I am learning so much . I just want to Thankyou for that. I hope when I have the right question I might ask you. Thanks again.
    Lj Martins

    Michael Hudson - July 1, 2016 reply

    Thanks for sharing this LJ…and best wishes for success in your new endeavor! I’m glad you found the post interesting and welcome you to ask any question you would like, or to suggest a topic for a video that would be of value to you and others who are pursuing success.

  • Jim Johnson - July 7, 2016 reply

    I love you! Thank you for sharing. I just sent this to my leadership team. It’s a must-see!

    Michael Hudson - July 7, 2016 reply

    Thank you Jim! Delighted that you found this valuable and hope your leadership team can use the ideas.

  • Bobbie - July 8, 2016 reply

    My regret was “waiting” , on others for permission to move on a new idea. To my surprise it is just another way to frustrate myself by staying hidden and not putting every thing out on my own table. By actually getting out a card table and putting all my work on it, I began to see with new eyes the possibilities. After laughing at myself I took the plunge and put my idea into action. Our first group met last Wednesday and it has been very exciting for all involved. The feed back from our group was enough to highlight several options to branch out into. I’m still laughing at myself and it feels great!

    Michael Hudson - July 11, 2016 reply

    Congratulations on taking action! Well done. It is amazing how much we can discount what we have and instead chose to wait until we have more or better. And, as you note, it is amazing how it feels to experience the breakthroughs, both large and small, that come from action. To feel the power of affirmation that we are on the right track, and to discover ways we can take our first steps to new levels. Can’t wait to see where this path leads you!

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