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How Introverts Can Leverage Cold Email Versus Cold Calling or Networking

How Introverts Can Leverage Cold Email Versus Cold Calling or Networking If you’re an introvert, you probably already know that you hate cold calling and networking. You probably hate calling a restaurant for reservations, let alone calling someone on the phone to discuss business or sales. You’re not alone. For those on the receiving end,[Continue Reading…]

How to move beyond small talk: a step-by-step guide

How to move beyond small talk: a step-by-step guide Create authentic connection – new guide to moving beyond small talk: #introverts Click To Tweet Have you ever found yourself at an event stuck answering boring questions like “what do you do?” or “where are you from?” and wondering what to talk about next? I call[Continue Reading…]

How To Use A Reward System For Successful Goal Setting

My traditional goal setting started in my corporate working days, decades ago! You likely know the kind of goals: SMARTY goals. Then, I discovered, How To Use A Reward System For Successful Goal Setting Do you know what kind of goal setting SMARTY is? Do you set goals this way? Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-bound,[Continue Reading…]

How to Socialize More If You Are an Introvert Freshman?

NOTE: This is a guest post from an author who I hope you will agree, knows introverts! How to Socialize More If You Are an Introvert Freshman? For most people, parties, lunches and weddings conjure up images of mouth-watering food, interesting people and a relaxing time. For some, such social events resemble nightmares. Are you[Continue Reading…]

Are You One Habit Away from Easily Reaching Your Goal?

Are You One Habit Away from Easily Reaching Your Goal? Setting goals works! I’d bet most or some the goals you set to achieve, are a more specific outcome, right? More money, a new and bigger house, lose weight, be more fit. Goals like these usually come to mind when most people think about goal[Continue Reading…]