The bestselling book on the power of relationships includes tons of real-world stories and in-depth guidance for making connections in both the online and offline world.
In this zippy read packed with true-life stories, Jen Nash explains how the opportunity to connect is everywhere and how we can get more than we ever dreamed of out of life if we make the effort to lean in and say hello. Get inspired when you realize that making time to connect is the most productive thing you can do to thrive at home or at work. In fact, as you read this fun, fast-paced book you'll see how powerful connections support your happiness, health, and well-being.
Although it's packed with relatable stories and smart snippets of insightful research on how we listen, talk and crave connection—Jen Nash also gives you lots of practical tips for making connections on a daily basis. Not sure how to follow up with that amazing human you just met on a bus, plane, train or an event? It's in the book. Not sure how to connect more deeply on social media? Also in the book. Jen Nash breaks all sorts of situations down, and really digs into why building our social capital and growing our networks is the most valuable thing we can do to expand our lives.
Whether you want to go to more parties, get a better job, make more money, or be a better person—reading this book can give you practical strategies for doing it all. A happier, more successful, and more fulfilling life is within your reach and The Big Power of Tiny Connections will show you the way.
Some authors are shy and a little withdrawn...but not Jen Nash. As a Connector in Chief, Jen Nash helps people add more meaning to their lives through connections. She is a master facilitator, author, sought-after executive coach, and corporate trainer/speaker. Not surprisingly—her Masterful Storytelling corporate training garners rave reviews when it comes to helping support employees become more audience-focused, connection-minded, and grounded when they speak or present.
With over twenty years working as a senior consultant for Fortune 100 Pharma, Health, Tech, and Finance giants, Jen Nash now regularly inspires and supports leaders at firms large and small—to deepen their connections in support of all the good things in life: happiness, growth, and sustained community.
Born in Canada and raised around the world in such countries as Hong Kong, Japan, and Australia, Jen loves to try her hand at speaking a smattering of many languages. She studied Communication Design at Parsons School of Design and The New School in New York City.