Is it harder being an entrepreneur if you're an introvert?
Q: DO YOU THINK ENTREPRENEURSHIP IS MORE DIFFICULT FOR INTROVERTS?
You know when you watch a superhero movie and Superman flies, the Hulk shows off his superhuman strength, Spiderman shoots webs out of his wrists and swings from building to building and the Invisible Woman, well, makes herself invisible?
The Invisible Woman doesn't try and win by using brute strength like the Hulk, the Hulk doesn't try and fly like Superman, Superman doesn't try and shoot webs out of his wrists and Spiderman doesn't sit around trying to make himself invisible.
They know their strengths, I mean - superpowers, and they use them.
Same same when it comes to entrepreneurship.
An introvert can try and build their business like an extrovert, or they can use their own (introvert style) superpowers - and make it a heck of a lot more fun, and a heck of a lot easier.
Standing up on stage, giving big speeches, networking with a hundred other people in a room not your thing? All good (it's not mine either by the way).
Instead of networking in a room with a hundred other people wishing the hour was up already from the corner of the room, you could write a book that reaches a hundred (or more) people - and you don't even have to be there.
You don't even need to have thousands of people staring at you on stage (if you don't want to) - because maybe you could choose to build an amazing business one connection and client at a time (my own personal fave).