Are you . . .
- wondering if it’s possible to honor your introverted nature and still be a successful entrepreneur?
- craving a productive space to develop or fine-tune your services, marketing, or latest wild and crazy idea?
- feeling isolated, stuck, or too close to your work and wonder what you’re missing that could make all the difference between surviving and thriving?
- overflowing with fabulous ideas but don’t know which ones are viable, how to prioritize them, or how to make them happen?
When my husband and I bought our first home 15 years ago, we felt like we had entered a parallel universe, where everybody but us knew the rules and norms. They also seemed to know just what to do – and when to do it and who to call – to take care of maintenance and improvements.
Our conclusion? Everyone else must have been given a “Main St. Guide to Home Ownership,” and we were left to trip and stumble while we figured things out.
You know what can feel the same? Entrepreneurship! When we’re getting started (or even if we’ve been at it a few years – or decades!), we can feel isolated. It can feel like everyone but us knows exactly what to do, when to do it, and how to do it.
The truth is, we all pretty much start with a blank piece of paper and a dream.
That’s it. It’s only by talking to our neighbors – our entrepreneur peers – and lots of trial and error that we start to feel like the ground is solid beneath us
What if you could shorten your learning curve and tap into a reserve of information, experience and enthusiasm, all directed at YOU?
That’s what I can offer you. Learn more on my website for Introvert Entrepreneurs: theintrovertentrepreneur.com.
~Beth Buelow, author, “The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths & Create Success on Your Own Terms” (Penguin/Tarcher Perigee, 2015)