In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below.

In the meantime, here’s some of what we’re reading:

An introvert’s guide to networking
Going to big events where you should be spending more of your time networking can be exhausting, and even nerve-wracking for some people. Rebekah Campbell has some great tips if you’re stressed at events!

How to find the time to accomplish anything
We live in a busy, busy world. Are you feeling stressed trying to balance work and play? William Hertling has 9 great tips to help us find balance. Thanks!

The real cost of sending bad email
Sending a bad email can have higher repercussions than you might think. Don’t ruin customer relationships because of failed communications. Great article Neej Gore.

3 big “no’s” when responding to sales objections
Establishing a collaborative sales approach can be your savior in these situations. Don’t invoke the fight or flight on your prospects. Thanks for the tips, Nancy Bleeke!

6 social selling myths debunked
Recently, there have been plenty of studies around the effectiveness of social selling. How much time should you really be spending on social? Great insight Aseem Badshah!

How to take effective notes during a client meeting
Taking notes during a meeting is a natural and necessary thing to do. You don’t want to miss anything important in your records. Thanks for the reminder, Sean McPheat.

Stop believing that you have to be perfect
There is nothing wrong with failing, getting back up on your feet, and trying again. We seem to have this mantra against failure these days. Why is that? Good article Dorie Clark.

B2B marketing on Facebook? Yes!
Previously, Facebook has always been thought of as a tool for consumer marketing. How are B2B marketers using Facebook successfully? Interesting stuff Lee Odden.

13 things you’ll only find scary if you’re a content marketer
For all of you content marketers out there, I am sure you’ll be able to resonate with some of these “nightmares”. Thanks Sylvia Jensen. Hope everyone had a great, spooky Halloween!