Does it feel like increased visibility and being an introvert don’t mix?
Does it feel like to be more visible you have to be more extroverted?
Fellow introverts, I have good news for you…
You can increase your visibility as an introvert – and not burn out in the process.
In this marketing strategy, I will share how to pick “loud” marketing activities that you can implement within the energetic boundaries of your introversion.
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Raise your hand if you’re an introvert! Keep it raised if you avoid networking because it exhausts you!
(You couldn’t see it, but my hand was raised too).
Fact of business life: If you want clients, you must network – even if you’re an introvert (and even if it exhausts you).
In this week’s marketing strategy, I share with you three tips on how to network effectively – all while maintaining a healthy balance so you’re not totally exhausted from the experience.
Fellow introverts, I see you and I hear you. You read marketing tip after marketing tip – and you wonder: “How am I going to do this?”
A lot of marketing requires entrepreneurs to be visible. This may mean going to networking meetings, or attending conferences, or giving speeches, or even teaching a workshop.
Exhausting to think about, right?
However, growing your business means stepping away from your computer – and outside of your home – from time to time.
So, here’s your permission slip (it’s two parts):