The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and by Beth Buelow

By Beth Buelow

A functional consultant to assist introverts harness their typical presents and entrepreneurial spirit
imagine try to be loud and brash to achieve success in enterprise? re-evaluate. The strengths and features of the common introvert lend themselves good to entrepreneurship, in addition to “intrapreneurship” and quite a number enterprise roles. In The Introvert Entrepreneur, specialist trainer Beth Buelow indicates readers the way to harness their ordinary presents (including interest, independence, and a love of study) and counteract their demanding situations (such as an aversion to networking and self-promotion). She addresses a variety of themes --from handling fears and expectancies and constructing a development attitude to networking, advertising, management abilities, and community-building--informed by means of interviews with introverts who've created profitable companies with no compromising their center personality.
full of clean insights and actionable recommendation, this crucial consultant will help a person who’s striving to make a distinction in a noisy and chaotic global.

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I had a hard time believing that there were actually people who would come home from a particularly difficult day at work and would want to go out to a party or to see people in order to feel better. ” We sometimes exert more energy on not being seen than it would take to be seen. “During school I worked harder at not speaking in front of my classmates than if I had just done it. ” We process internally. “Someone who is introspective, who has excellent reflection skills, who in actuality has excellent communication skills because he is generally a fantastic listener.

We have long lived in the shadows, challenged by stereotypes that have seeds of truth but are inaccurately applied to the whole. As author and activist Jonathan Rauch remarks, “In all of these consciousness-raising movements, the first step is embracing the stereotype. ” In the spirit of leaving those less-than-flattering perceptions behind and moving beyond the stereotypes as quickly as possible, let’s take a closer look at what it really means to be an introvert. The Reality Understanding the true definition of introvert can be extraordinarily empowering and liberating.

Now armed with increased understanding, I’ve changed my style and am getting better results in my communications with them. ” —Christopher Flett, founder of Ghost CEO and author of What Men Don’t Tell Women About Business and Market Shark “As an introvert, entrepreneur, and salesperson, I have been waiting for a book like this one. I just didn’t know it. ” —John E. ), step by step, toward your entrepreneurial dreams. ” —Nancy Ancowitz, author of Self-Promotion for Introverts “Finally, a book about entrepreneurship that celebrates the gifts, skills, and strengths of introverted business owners.

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