Being introverted means you may be quieter, but you don’t have to be any less successful in business. This page will help you be quietly successful.
There are many perceptions of what an introvert is/ does/ how they act, most of them are completely wrong (and negative). What are those perceptions, what tactics can you use and how can you improve yourself whilst still being you? Scroll down for articles about introversion. Jus don’t try to behave like an extrovert and feel icky.
Ideas to be quietly successful
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How do I become quietly successful?
The biggest tip for any introvert who wants to be more successful, is to focus on being yourself and using your strengths. As you’re an introvert, that implies you’ll be quietly successful.
That’s a hard question, as it depends on what success means to you. This website has a number of ideas that can help you though, from improving your small talk skills, networking or helping you understand introversion, scroll down to start reading.
I can also work with you to help you on a regular basis if you’re looking to develop your business.
One other thing that might help is to join the quietly successful community (it’s a community, not a “tribe”). We’re holding a series of quietly successful discussions called introvert introversial (click for more details).
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Articles about being quietly successful.
Here’s a selection of articles that you may find useful. Not because you want to stop being introverted, but because you want to be brilliant at being who you are, harness introvert super-powers and “deal with” some of the issues relating to extrovert strengths. A quick advert first……
What do you do every day, to stay on top of your game? Whether introvert, extravert, or ambivert being the best you can be is probably important to you.
You may be thinking "do introverts talk to themselves" is a very strange question, and I'd agree. It's here as it's a question I've been asked. Talking to yourself Who doesn't talk to themselves? We all do, at times. Not the classic horror movie style talking to...
Introverts are standoffish - it's an introvert myth. But what have toilet rolls got to do with this perception of introverts?
Negative traits associated with introverts. Is being an introvert positive or negative? Like most personality traits, it's both/ neither.
we explore some links between introversion and confidence.
Introverts often get asked annoying questions, these seem to be the most common along with suggestions on why and how to deal with them.
Chelsey Brooke and I discuss how you can stay top of the boss's mind, so that you can more easily be promoted, despite being an introvert.
Benn Abdy-Collins, Christina Jones and I discuss drowning in social media noise since we went into lockdown, and what an intropreneur might do to be heard above it.
Introverts need social interaction, just like extroverts. How can you manage that, whilst working from home and not meeting people?
What does the term introvert mean? It's not what most people assume! Plus ideas to improve productivity, creativity and confidence.