If you’ve landed on this page I know you likely don’t want to “do one thing each day that scares you” or “live life outside your comfort zone”.
You already spend a good portion of your days trying to fit into a society catering to extroverts. What causes a few butterflies for some may put you into a full-on panic and running a business doesn’t need to be that scary.
You want to be successful but do you have to be willing to walk around in a cold sweat, dreading interviews, struggling through networking events and searching for excuses valid enough to turn down nerve-racking opportunities? Not if I have anything to do with it!
I fill my ebooks with loads of ideas, lessons, examples and worksheets so you have options to choose from, a deeper understanding of each method and questions to get you considering how to make an idea work for you. You’ll build your own plan based on your strengths, interests, goals and comfort level.
The first step in party planning is knowing who your guest will be, where to reach them and their common interests. From there you can create a theme, send out invites and then start planning the cake.
Ensure you’re targeting a profitable audience and creating products that are a fit. It’s easier to have a clear picture of your customer in mind throughout the process than consider their needs and where to find them after you’ve built your product. And if you already have a profitable product, there are still small details you can alter to take it to the next level.
If you communicated the cake was made with all natural, organic ingredients and is low in fat and sugar, you’ll likely run out of cake. You’ve used keywords that are magic to their ears and they’re no longer second-guessing if they should try a piece. Surround that cake with other foods, conversation and activities that support a healthy lifestyle and those guests will never want to leave.
I share one of my favorite exercises for uncovering the exact phrases that will get your shoppers pulling out their credit cards. The selling techniques covered are essential for increasing sales through descriptions and emails online, and offline when selling at craft fairs or to boutique owners. I’ll also explain the 5 steps to successful visual merchandising, which can be used to create stunning photos online or effective displays at craft fairs.
I know everyone is different and just because you’re quiet doesn’t mean you’re shy. Just because you’re shy doesn’t mean you’re introverted. And just because you’re introverted doesn’t mean you’re socially awkward. You may be fine in front of hundreds of people and able to deliver an amazing speech but require alone time afterwards. Or you may feel stressed in a room with strangers and require a night out with friends to unwind. I’m not trying to put you inside a box or explain the inner workings of an introvert.
Although “Introvert” is in the title, it’s a restrictive noun for the broad range of people this ebook can help. I don’t spend time talking about what it’s like to be an introvert or who an introvert is and isn’t. I use this ebook as a tool to help you discover ways of marketing your business and selling your products without having to spend a lot of time in large groups or speaking in front of large audiences.
You also don’t need to spend large amounts of money to get your message heard. Whether you’re shy, sensitive, quiet, an over-thinker, introvert or even extrovert, you’ll find ways to work with your strengths and perfect what, where and how you’re selling.
As mentioned, I don’t go into “the top traits of an introvert”, spend time dissecting them or praising one type of personality over another. If you’re looking for a detailed explanation of the traits possessed by introverts, this ebook is not for you.
I know there’s an entire Internet for you to explore and gather information. I personally feel a little lost when I bounce from article to article without a cohesive plan and love when I find a start to finish guide to follow.
Have a look at the NEWS page to get an idea of the type of advice I share. I know you may be skeptical about purchasing an ebook, worried it’s full of ideas you’ve already heard. But I make it my mission to always think outside the box and provide value when it comes to my writing. If you like the advice I share in my free articles,
I’m confident you’ll find value in my ebook.
I believe there’s always room to improve your business. Whether you’re still in the planning stage or are in full swing, you’ll find thought-provoking ideas to take your business to a new level.
Although THE SUCCESSFUL INTROVERT speaks to creative business owners selling a product, the information is still helpful to businesses offering a service. There are a couple areas that won’t apply to you but the bulk of the book will.
Not at this time but we may in the future. I’ve had several people print their e-books and put it into a binder as an option. Please let us know if you’d be interested in the print version as the more requests we get, the more likely we are to invest in printing.