The Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

A conversation with introverts who have grown their online business using their introverted super powers.

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IBG 54 – Melitta Campbell – An Introverted Approach to Sales & Networking

Do you have the grit to keep pushing outside your comfort zone on a consistent basis? Networking and sales rarely make the introverted entrepreneur’s list of ‘favorite things,’ but we do have strengths that can be leveraged to succeed at both—if we push ourselves and exercise the right approach. Melitta Campbell had just received a…

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IBG 53 -Leisa Peterson – Mindfulness and the Art of Abundance

Our consumer culture conditions us to a mindset of lack, leading us to believe that we are not enough—that we need one more thing to feel fulfilled. But Leisa Peterson contends that abundance is our birthright, and she is on a mission to help people shift their collective outlook away from a mindset of scarcity…

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IBG 52 – Hans Schumann – A Career That Complements Your Natural Flow as an Introvert

‘Coaching is the most beautiful expression of my introverted nature because it is a one-to-one conversation … and one that goes very deep. That’s just really leveraging our natural flow, what we are best at.’ Hans Schumann serves as an Executive Career and Life Coach, helping executives, professionals and business owners maximize their success and…

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IBG 51 – Sarah Santacroce – Showing Up as Yourself to Attract Ideal Clients

How does showing up as your authentic self help attract ideal clients? When I started this podcast in May of 2016, my intention was to run it as a side hustle along with coaching for introverts while maintaining my core business as a LinkedIn expert. Nearly two years later, I am celebrating 50 conversations with…

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IBG 50 – Tassey Russo – Self-Promotion for Introverts: It’s a [Step-by-Step] Process

  Introverts tend to run up against roadblocks when we are put in situations that require self-promotion. Tassey Russo spent years representing corporations, and she had no problem asking C-level executives for money and resources in that role. But when she started her own entrepreneurial venture, awkwardness and anxiety ruled the day when it came…

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IBG 49 – Lucy Griffiths – Connecting Through the Camera Lens

  Most introverts are more comfortable with one-on-one interaction than we are speaking in front of large groups. That’s why Lucy Griffiths coaches her clients to imagine making a connection through the camera lens with a single person. And that’s how Lucy navigated her 20-year career as a reporter interviewing presidents, politicians and A-listers the…

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IBG 48 – Julienne DesJardins – Measuring Success by Your Own Standards

  If your business is just one of many things going on in your life, it can be discouraging to compare yourself to other entrepreneurs who can devote more time—and grow more quickly. Julienne DesJardins argues that the best way to avoid those comparisons is to focus on the metrics you set for yourself and…

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IBG 47 – Jennifer Corcoran – Tooting Your Own Horn: Self-Promotion for Introverted Entrepreneurs

  “[Presenting to large groups] excites me and terrifies me in equal measure, but … it’s worth smashing through your comfort zone.” Self-promotion can be difficult for introverts, especially those of us who happened to grow up in a culture without Show & Tell. We’ve been taught to be humble, to avoid exaggeration. So how…

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Bonus Episode: Delegating for Introverts with Lisa Wells

  Lisa R. Wells is a marketing, operations, and systems guide for coaches, consultants, and virtual assistants. As a consultant and trainer since 2005, Lisa currently offers time-saving one-on-one consulting, proven forms and ebooks, and practical courses to grow your business and simplify the marketing and technical side. Lisa has been on my podcast before…

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IBG 46 – Tom Schwab – Reach Ideal Clients Through Podcast Interviews as an Introvert

“Ten thousand Twitter followers won’t help you when you’re broken down on the side of the road. But a few good friends will.” The introverted tendency to build deep relationships with just a few people may seem like a disadvantage when it comes to marketing a business. But Tom Schwab argues that the tools of…

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