The room is better because I'm in it. Sounds a little arrogant, doesn't it?
Actually, it is the opposite. I go out of my way to bring value every time I walk in a room. Doing this requires a certain level of confidence. My confidence is derived from my willingness to give from the heart to those with whom I am meeting and eventually building relationships. The attendees, the place and the time are the elements that drive the purpose.
When I walk into a room I smile because I feel good. I am genuinely excited about meeting new people and hearing about new and great things going on around me. My “why” is “What incredible person am I going to meet today?” Not “I want to walk away with at least three new prospects.”