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 41 – Josh Haynam – Empathy, Entrepreneurship and Product Improvement

The introvert’s ability to listen and truly empathize with others makes us good entrepreneurs. How so? Well, the best way to improve a product or service is to sit down with your customers and have a conversation, to gain an understanding what is and isn’t working and respond accordingly. In fact, that is how Interact…
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IBG 40 – Kamila Gornia – Marketing What Makes You Different

At times, introverts feel pressured to act like extroverts for the sake of acceptance. But Kamila Gornia argues that owning what makes you different and marketing those unique qualities provide the key to creating a successful, sustainable business. Kamila moved to the US from Poland at the age of 13. Desperate to assimilate, she hid…
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IBG 39 – Gavin Zuchlinkski – Showing the Face Behind the Product

Gavin Zuchlinkski was perfectly happy to put his head down and build the product that became Acuity Scheduling. Like most introverted entrepreneurs, Gavin didn’t feel a need to build his personal brand or seek external validation, so he spent his time early on focused on perfecting the product itself. But now that Acuity has grown…
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IBG 38 –Thea Orozco – Developing an Online Presence Your Way with Introvertology

So many aspects of online entrepreneurship make it particularly suited to the introverted personality, save one—self-promotion. As comfortable and confident as we are with working on our own, we tend to be somewhat uncomfortable and insecure when it comes to putting ourselves out there with an online presence. Thea Orozco is on a mission to…
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IBG 37 – Laura Payne-Stanley – Making the World Work for You as a Curious Introvert

‘Failure is just another chance to get curious.’ Introverts sometimes feel the need to change themselves to fit in, but Laura Payne-Stanley suggests that being true to yourself can open up a brand-new world. In fact, curious introverts can leverage that quality, adapting existing tactics to make the world work for them. Laura is an…
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IBG 36 – Dmitry Dragilev – Marketing Yourself as an Introvert

Though it can be difficult for introverts to pitch themselves, today’s guest argues that hiring someone else to talk to your customers just isn’t the same as making that connection yourself. In fact, he has made a business out of teaching entrepreneurs and startups how to gain traffic, exposure and publicity via relationships—with journalists, influencers…
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IBG 35 – Reina Pomeroy – Designing an Introvert’s Paradise

  There is a preconceived notion that we introverts are shy, but today’s guest isn’t buying it. Instead, she believes that as thoughtful, depth-driven individuals, we simply need a safe space to share our ideas and a gentle nudge to take action. Though not an introvert herself, Reina Pomeroy, the owner and founder of Reina…
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IBG 34 – James Wasem – Social Media Marketing as an Introvert

Acting as the public face of your company can be intimidating for us introverted entrepreneurs. Add the prospect of speaking to your audience in a live setting and many of us start running in the opposite direction! But social media does afford an incredible opportunity to grow your audience, and we know that it’s good…
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IBG 33 – Sarah Santacroce – Pricing Your Products and Services

What is your time worth? Entrepreneurs who are just getting up and running face difficult decisions in determining how much to charge for their products and services. How exactly do you put a dollar amount on the expertise you provide clients? Then once you have settled on packages and pricing, it’s time to decide whether…
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IBG 32 – Faris Khalifeh – Managing Your Energy as an Introvert

Energy management can be a particular challenge for the introverted entrepreneur, especially those of us who lead trainings and workshops. Yes, it is important to share our message with the world and support fellow introverts in a public setting, but it can certainly take a toll on our energy. Today’s guest implements a daily meditation…
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