Superhero Secrets: Keith Ferrazzi

Ever heard of Never Eat Alone? This bestselling business tome teaches the networking secrets used by world leaders like the Clintons and the Dalai Lama…and we got a chance to sit down with its author, Keith Ferrazzi, in the latest episode of Superhero Secrets.

Keith is full of networking tips, but sometimes that advice is easier listened to than followed. In the digital age, it’s easier than ever to reach out to others. But Keith is adamant that we must keep each relationship authentic.

“You’ve got to fight that natural reptilian-brain desire to fake it, or fight that natural reptilian-brain desire to push people away,” said Keith. “It’s dangerous. The answer is you need to let your guard down. You need to be vulnerable. The courage it takes to be vulnerable is something that is critical in authenticity. “

Want more? In the above video, Keith discusses why relationships still matter in the digital age, the question we must ask to keep ourselves authentic, and the non-networking cause he’s so passionate about. Find Keith on Twitter here, and let us know what you thought in the comments, on Facebook or our Twitter.

Written by Sasha Graffagna

Ever heard of Never Eat Alone? This bestselling business tome teaches the networking secrets used by world leaders like the Clintons and the Dalai Lama…and we got a chance to sit down with its author, Keith Ferrazzi, in the latest episode of Superhero Secrets.

Keith is full of networking tips, but sometimes that advice is easier listened to than followed. In the digital age, it’s easier than ever to reach out to others. But Keith is adamant that we must keep each relationship authentic.

“You’ve got to fight that natural reptilian-brain desire to fake it, or fight that natural reptilian-brain desire to push people away,” said Keith. “It’s dangerous. The answer is you need to let your guard down. You need to be vulnerable. The courage it takes to be vulnerable is something that is critical in authenticity. “

Want more? In the above video, Keith discusses why relationships still matter in the digital age, the question we must ask to keep ourselves authentic, and the non-networking cause he’s so passionate about. Find Keith on Twitter here, and let us know what you thought in the comments, on Facebook or our Twitter.

Written by Sasha Graffagna

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