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If you clicked on this article, chances are you identify as an introvert.
We tend to be quiet creatives with big ideas but our shyness often holds us back from sharing our gifts with other people.
You probably have an awesome business and amazing products to sell, yet it’s really hard to reach out to people who may be interested in buying them, right?
Does this sound like you? If so, you’re part of the 40 percent of the world’s population of introverts.
The good news …
One of the secret keys to running a business successfully is confidence.
But if you feel you’re lacking in that department, you’re part of the 85% of people who struggle with low self-esteem.
This is problematic for business owners, since having the confidence to make important decisions to effectively run your business and sell your products is so important.
So, are there any ways to find our confidence to be more effective business owners?
There absolutely are, so stay tuned till the end of the …
Sound familiar? If you’re a business owner, especially if you’re just starting out, you may be feeling like you just aren’t good enough compared to other shop owners in the same niche.
Comparing ourselves to other people kind of just naturally happens, and some healthy comparison doesn’t hurt.
But when comparisons are no longer healthy and we find ourselves paralyzed by it, that’s when we know we’ve fallen victim to comparisonitis.
So how can we put a stop to it?
At some point in your business you’ve probably experienced your friends, family, or random customers asking or expecting discounts from you.
As business owners, we put a ton of thought and consideration into how we price our products.
It can be super frustrating when customers ask for discounts that don’t even exist.
Not only that, but it’s awkward!
This is a conversation that no business owner wants to have – and having to say no to a friend or family member, may be hard to navigate.
Don’t chase success the hard way. Follow the same simple step-by-step system that I used to build multiple 6- and 7-figure online handmade businesses. Even if you hate selling, don’t have a large following, and aren’t techy.
How to get influencers, bloggers and celebrities to make your product go viral
How to create demand for your brand and products and turn customers into raving fans
How to automate your store, reach more customers and make sales while you sleep
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