As an introvert it’s important about who I spend time with. This is one reason that when I network, I run from those energy vampires. You know the ones both online or in person? They profess to have an interest in helping you, getting to know you, but their actions are incongruent. The conversation doesn’t move forward. It goes nowhere. No big surprise. I do my best to not … [Read more...] about How Do You Find Who You Want to Surround Yourself With To Create Your Own Success?
In 1949 the Kentucky Derby Champion was Ponder. Most people know that introverts are regularly inside their head. But notice, this race horse, with a somewhat introvert trait as a name, won the race. How could this win help introverts with lessons that make this the year that more introverts find themselves winning their race? … [Read more...] about Introvert Lessons from Kentucky Derby Champion Ponder
The metaphor of eating the well-dressed burger while it's making a mess, to your business networking operating at productive levels while you recognize the mess, is worth exploring. It's possible that introverts more than extroverts, find that deciding who to further engage with in networking requires some inner reflection. Two types of energy to consider in networking … [Read more...] about Introverts, Burgers and Networking?
If you follow the Go-Giver, or read my blog posts on the Five Laws of Stratospheric success from the book, here are the links to all my posts for easier navigation for you. Thank you my good friend Jim Sutton for this idea. And thank you as one of my blog readers for just being you. First the links to the Go-Giver book authored by Bob Burg and John David Mann: … [Read more...] about Go-Giver Thanksgiving: With Gratitude