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 76 – Heather Dominick – Doing Business Differently as a Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur

Many introverts also happen to be highly sensitive. We’re empathic and intuitive, with an inclination to listen and think deeply. And for those of us at the high end of the sensitivity spectrum, we may be aware of subtleties in the environment that other people miss or even find ourselves affected by other’s moods. So,…

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IBG 75 – Rebecca Tracey – The Freedom of Being an Online Entrepreneur

A big part of the allure of becoming an online entrepreneur is the freedom it affords us to work on our own terms and live the life we choose. Yet many of us introverts don’t take advantage of that freedom, instead becoming our own ‘horrible bosses.’ We create programs that leave us with little time…

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IBG 74 – LaTisha Styles – The Introverted Entrepreneur’s Guide to Asking for Help

No successful entrepreneur, introverted or otherwise, got where they are by themselves. Yet, asking for help makes many of us introverts uncomfortable. We make assumptions about how a would-be mentor or collaborator might respond to a request for support—and talk ourselves out of reaching out. How can we shift that mindset and get better at…

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IBG 73 – Steve Woodruff – Define Your Sweet Spot & Stand Out as an Introverted Entrepreneur

You simply cannot read the label of the jar you’re in! That’s why it’s important to leverage an outside voice to help you gain clarity and focus. Steve Woodruff serves as that voice for the introverted entrepreneur, helping you define your sweet spot and craft a message that allows you to stand out in a…

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IBG 72 – Rob Goyette – Land Clients by ‘Coming Out’ as an Introverted Entrepreneur

Rob Goyette contends that his greatest strength as an introverted entrepreneur is simply acknowledging the fact that he is one. While some of us work to hide the fact that we are introverts, Rob finds that being vulnerable enough to ‘come out’ as an introvert lends to his authenticity and actually helps him land more…

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IBG 71 – Wade Foster – Creating a Work Culture with Introverts in Mind

Workplaces are rarely set up with introverts in mind. Perhaps that explains why there are so many introverted online entrepreneurs! But let’s dream a little… What would work culture look like if it was built for us? Wade Foster is the cofounder and CEO of Zapier, a workflow automation platform that improves productivity by connecting…

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IBG 70 – Cindy Bidar – Reinventing Your Business as an Introverted Entrepreneur

There are a number of benefits to entrepreneurship. We have the freedom to do work we love—with the people we choose. And running an online business is particularly well-suited to us introverts who are content to spend a lot of time in our own company. But perhaps the greatest benefit to entrepreneurship is the opportunity…

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IBG 69 – Bo Miller – Building Your Audience Through Content Creation

As introverts, we are wary of self-promotion. Thankfully, there are ways to market your online business that get you in front of the people you want to help—without being pushy. So, how can you leverage avenues like YouTube, blogging and podcasting to connect with potential clients? How can you take advantage of content creation as…

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IBG 68 – Jennifer Freeman – The Courage Born of Authenticity

Are you doing work that doesn’t align with your truth? What if you could break free of cultural conditioning and follow your own voice? What if you gave yourself permission to be who you really are? Jennifer Freeman grew up in a family where success was measured by income, and she endured many years pursuing…

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IBG 67 – Leslie McDaniel – Recognizing Your INFJ Superpower of Intuition

Many introverts also happen to be highly intuitive. And if you are an INFJ specifically, intuition is among your top attributes. So, how do you take advantage of this ability to feel the truth in a situation? How do you learn to listen to your gut in the decision-making process? How do you best use…

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Why You Should Backup Your LinkedIn Connections – & How To Do It !

By Sarah Santacroce / March 1, 2018 / 0 Comments

Whether you are using LinkedIn for free or paying for a Premium account: the data is theirs – including all your LinkedIn connections! Read this post for instructions on how to back up your LinkedIn Connections- better safe than sorry !

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How to Get Found on LinkedIn and Grow Your Client Base

By Sarah Santacroce / February 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

When it comes to Social Media, most people focus their attention on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Although LinkedIn is a fast-growing network with over 500 million monthly active users, most businesses see it just as a platform for job seekers. This misunderstanding can cost you a lot of missed opportunities. Because, here’s the thing: LinkedIn…

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How to invite someone you don’t know on LinkedIn

By Sarah Santacroce / February 1, 2018 / 0 Comments
invite someone you don't know on Linkedin

Here’s a question I get all the time: Sarah, how can I invite someone I don’t know on LinkedIn? Without sounding too bland or random. How can I ensure that I’ll get a positive response to my request? Here are a few tips that you should follow.

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How Not to Prospect on LinkedIn

By Sarah Santacroce / January 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

LinkedIn is an excellent source for generating leads. In fact, recent reports have shown that this network drives more than 80% of all social media-sourced B2B leads. That’s pretty impressive!

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7 Ways to finally get something out of LinkedIn in 2018

By Sarah Santacroce / January 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Happy 2018 ! A new year, new resolutions. LinkedIn keeps growing (and changing), now more than 500 Million users and if you haven’t used it much so far, then 2018 will be the year you give LinkedIn the credit it deserves.

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Why You Should Take a 30-Day “Like” Diet on LinkedIn

By Sarah Santacroce / December 21, 2017 / 0 Comments

  Interactions are vital on LinkedIn. They can show that you have an active presence and a network that is intrigued by the content you share and eager to discuss your ideas. Sending likes, on the other hand, doesn’t help build the interactions you need to make your profile stand out. Sure, a positive appreciation…

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How to Balance Personal & Professional Interaction on LinkedIn

By Sarah Santacroce / December 7, 2017 / 2 Comments

There’s no denying it: standing out on LinkedIn is becoming increasingly difficult. With over 500 million users from more than 200 countries and two new members being added every second to the network, simply creating your profile, connecting with prospects, and sharing a few updates isn’t enough anymore. You need to make yourself likable, relatable,…

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I have two careers – should I have two LinkedIn Profiles?

By Sarah Santacroce / November 23, 2017 / 4 Comments

Most of us lead a double life. We have a work persona that is composed and professional and a social/family life where we aren’t afraid to say silly things from time to time or behave a little childish. We maintain this dichotomy in our online activity as well. We use LinkedIn for work and business…

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Serve, Don’t Sell on LinkedIn

By Sarah Santacroce / November 8, 2017 / 0 Comments

Serve, don’t sell on LinkedIn: engage with your contacts, show them, educate them, help them, answer their questions so that they see the human side in you

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LinkedIn Don’ts: Don’t talk about these topics

By Sarah Santacroce / November 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

LinkedIn Don’ts: I advise to stay away from topics such as politics, religion, and also wouldn’t recommend family vacation pictures on LinkedIn

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