How to rise above your challenges, and be successful in business, on your terms.
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A collection of discussions, “advice” and ideas that I’ve heard, spoken about, or researched, on the subject of being an introvert in business.
The difference is, I’ve seen these ideas help real business owners to improve their business, and feel less daunted by the belief that they have “an introvert problem“. Follow my blog with Bloglovin
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Subscribe to "Activate your Introvert", a series of ideas and interviews to help you improve your business and unlock the introvert superpowers in your business. Subscribe on Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn or listen below. Each episode gives you practical ideas on issues introverts deal with, so you get a better business.
This episode explores personal effectiveness in an interview with David Hyner, Professional Speaker and researcher. David has spoken to over a million people around the world on personal effectiveness and goal setting.
Meetings and training sessions are often unproductive, because the person running them doesn't engage a third of the audience. This week's podcast includes an interview with international development expert Susan Armstrong,
Introverts feel exhausted after too much social interaction, needing recovery time. Active recovery is about recovering more quickly, how do you manage your recovery?
You can be an introvert, and a successful business leader. This week's episode features R. Michael Anderson, who has built and sold his own tech companies.
What does an expert personality profiler teach us about introversion and how to improve business performance of individuals and teams?
Change, and managing change are critical components of modern business life. How does this impact introversion? Interview with Adrienne Gibson.