How to Connect with Anyone, Anywhere (Even If It Scares You)

Rachel DeAlto


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From media personality and communication expert Rachel DeAlto, learn how to connect with anyone, anywhere with this helpful guide for improving your social skills in every setting, including networking events, interviews, dates, and more.

We all have the desire to belong, to connect. And in the age of social media, making personal connections has been more challenging than ever.

Millennials and Zoomers tend to have high anxiety at the thought of meeting new people and often fumble during in-person relationships. They struggle to connect, don’t know how to make friends, and subsequently flounder in workplace relationships. Sound familiar? But relationship expert and media personality Rachel DeAlto knows that it doesn’t have to be that way. Everyone can be likable. Everyone can be confident. And anyone can achieve this authentically.

With a fresh, fun, and humorous tone, relatable provides a step-by-step guide that will take you from socially awkward to awesome. You will finally feel more comfortable in social and professional settings so you can let your true character shine as you form lasting, authentic, and meaningful connections with everyone in the room.


Rachel DeAlto:
Rachel DeAlto is a relationship expert, media personality, and keynote speaker. Rachel has appeared as an expert on Lifetime’s Married at First Sight and TLC’s Kate+Date, and is presently engaged as Match’s Chief Dating Expert. Rachel DeAlto maintains a law degree from Seton Hall University, a masters in psychology from Arizona State University, and an undergraduate degree in communications from Syracuse University. Rachel is a regular contributor on TV news programs and talk shows, including Good Morning America, Tamron Hall Show, Access Hollywood, CNN, and Today. She has also given three TEDx talks including “Being Authentic in a Filtered World” which is featured on Rachel lives in New Jersey with her family, where she enjoys laughing at her own jokes and playing with her dog, Mac.