- People wear me out but I love hearing stories and talking to people.
- I’m known for being outgoing which leaves me feeling all “mixed-message-y”.
- I love parties and visits with friends but can’t wait for my alone time.
- I often feel like I don’t fit in, but I love people who do.
Actions You Can Take: Every single day, if you could have even a baseline of using media and community to earn more customers, could you do just these three things?Listen, I'm not a plumber (no plumbers crack here) but hopefully this helped someone out there who is an ambivert or introvert. Here's my final advice:
- Create some piece of content, however brief, that helps someone else move the ball forward in some way? It can be two hundred words on a blog post: “How to fix that leaky faucet without our expert plumbers.”
- Look around and see if there’s even one person you can help (not necessarily a customer, but someone you can help). (There’s always someone looking for something at The Secret Team.)
- Promote someone other than yourself for the great work they do.
- Go forth and Celebrate Your Weirdo
- Get out of your comfort zone. AOAFP (as often as @#$ing possible!)