Thursday, March 16, 2006

More misconception about introvert and extrovert differences!

When you find yourself in sales as an introvert, it's just not something you publicize. Why would you when, 80% to 90% of the population, at least in the USA are extroverted!

What's a tell tale difference between us? Well, next time you are at a networking event, look and listen to who is talking about themselves most of the time. That's one sign.

I've also recently discovered another sign. It happens when there is an opportunity to claim, "Yes, I enjoy sales even with my introversion tendencies." And then, the extrovert wants to deny you the claim!

For people who might know me or meet me the first time, they think because I have command of the English language, can articulate myself clearly and appear confident that, "No! You must be extroverted!"

I find so much confusion about these distinctions so, I'm hoping you'll join me on my mission to change this.

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Saturday, March 11, 2006

New report for introverts who sell!

If you go to, you will find a free report which is the foundation of my upcoming ecourse and coaching program, "6 Truths for Introverts Who Sell: What We Don't Need to Learn the Hard Way!"

Several people inspired me to create this. One is a small business owner I met online Meghan Wier. You can find her book in pdf format at - Confessions of an Introvert. After I contacted her, she pointed me to this website of pdf digital version books and I purchased a copy of her book. You'll find some good overall advice - and life stories you can relate to as an introvert. Read more!

Sunday, March 05, 2006

If you can relate to this, you belong here!

As much time as I was taking to think and talk this through, some people might think I was procrastinating. Well, okay, maybe there was a smidge of that. The main thing is I'm finally here. And if you have more than 50% of introversion tendencies, you have a deeper understanding of what I mean by this.

Thanks for stopping by.

I'm exhausted right now. This was a big step in my business. Do you know what I mean?
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