“When we’re talking about developing a blue-chip mindset for our business, we’re talking about prioritizing those tasks and activities that are money-generating.”
— Julie Greenham
As introverted entrepreneurs, we often deal with unique obstacles.
In this episode, I share five skills that can help introverted entrepreneurs grow their businesses and achieve their highest potential.
While we have an abundance of soft skills such as high emotional intelligence, incredible active listening skills, a capacity for self-reflection, and the ability to be highly self-motivated, we do face some common challenges.
Five specific challenges in particular have come up in many of my conversations with both my clients and members of the Mindful Entrepreneur Membership.
One example? Prioritizing.
Let me tell you: there’s a major difference between being busy and being productive.
Often, we fill our days with tasks that don’t contribute to our bottom line.
Learning how to prioritize in a way that best benefits your business is key.
Say yes to working on your new products or building up your sales page. Say no to spending your entire day replying to emails that don’t generate money for you!
Say yes to recharge time, me time, and self-care time as a way to replenish your energy for your business. Say no to spending your energy on things that don’t nourish your soul or your business, like providing free consulting to acquaintances.
Want to learn how to overcome the rest of the common challenges introverted entrepreneurs face? Let’s get started!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
02:21 Optimizing your prioritizing
04:41 Why is a blue-chip mindset important?
05:17 Effective communication
07:15 Relationship selling
09:28 What’s the best thing you can invest in?
11:00 Cultivate courage
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