#aboutmeLIVE with Author, Speaker & Comedian James Robilotta

Communication, it’s a powerful tool. It’s the difference between being remembered or forgotten. We want you to be memorable.

If you’re looking to improve your communication skills, build a strong network or become a better leader, we’d like to invite you to #aboutmeLIVE on Wednesday, September 16th at 6PM ET/3PM PT.

Best-selling author, internationally recognized speaker and comedian James Robilotta will share how to improve your communication skills (whether you’re an introvert or extrovert) and the value of leading imperfectly.

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Author James Robilotta On The Delightful Hot Mess of Social Media + Leading Imperfectly

Best-selling author, internationally recognized speaker and comedian James Robilotta is all about keeping it real.

While many only share stories that end in heroism, James encourages people to share stories that can be raw, vulnerable and even embarrassing. He believes that this is where people can find the magic. This is how people can truly connect with one another. His life is a testament to this.

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3 Networking Tips for Extroverts

Where my extroverts at!?

Extroverts, this is coming from one of your own so focus up!

Many people (wrongly) think that extroverts don’t need networking advice. They think we could hold a conversation with a park bench. And though they may be right, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t opportunities to develop our social skills.

Here are a few things we know about extroverts:

  • Extroverts draw their energy from being in larger groups of people. They feed off of others’ spirit.
  • Sometimes, when extroverts are left alone for too long, they can get crazy uncomfortable.
  • Extroverts have a lot of “friends” and not as many friends.
  • One misconception is that all extroverts are confident. Extroversion and confidence are not synonymous.

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campus Rewind 6.3.15

On about.me’s campus, we provide college students with resources to excel on and off campus.

College students are more than their resume, their latest status update, or what you read in the news. Their potential is unlimited.

Here are a few of our must-reads from campus.

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