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 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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IBG 45 – Ann Brown – Overcoming the Fear of Visibility as an Introvert

Ann Brown had been hiding behind her laptop. Terrified of getting out there and being visible, she spent her days writing blog posts that no one was reading. This struggle to represent ourselves is a common problem among introverts who feel real anxiety about selling what we do to other people. But if you’re not…

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IBG 44 – Milana Leshinsky – Creating Events That Work for Introverts

‘I was so bad at sales, I had to learn marketing!’ How do you initiate conversations and make connections—when approaching people isn’t your thing? Self-described introvert Milana Leshinsky brilliantly positions herself as a center of influence, and the people come to her. Though it surprises some to hear it, Milana actually creates her own events…

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IBG 43 – Victoria Whitfield – Use Your Empathy Without Losing Yourself

Most introverts are quite good at communicating with others and connecting with people on a deeper level. But how do you cope when that ability starts to feel overwhelming? When other people’s energy starts to intrude on your own? When you wish you could just care a little bit less? Sensei Victoria Whitfield was born…

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IBG 42 – Calvin Correli – Persistence is Everything

‘Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and Determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘Press On’ has solved and will…

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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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