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The Introvert's Guide to Entrepreneurship: How to Make the Most Out of…

af Nate Nicholson

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How an Introverted Entrepreneur Accidentally Discovered the Critical Effect of His Personality on His Business If you are an introvert wishing to start a business, I can't think of a worse way to mess it up than to completely disregard the effect of your personality on its success. In fact, that's exactly how I messed up my business. I launched a venture suited for an extrovert, not even once asking myself whether I could handle it with my deeply introverted nature. Would you like to avoid a major screw-up and start a business that fits your personality? Don't reply. I know your answer. I wrote this book to help you avoid the mistakes I made and teach you the proper way to start a business as an introvert. I will share with you the lessons and observations every introverted businessperson should consider before pursuing a new venture. If you skip this step, chances are that your business will fail much sooner than you think - and the only person at fault would be you. I was there, and let me tell you, it ain't pretty. Let me help you learn how to make the most out of your strengths to start a successful introvert-friendly business. Here are just some of the things you will learn from the book: - your 5 main strengths to help you become an entrepreneur. Just one of these strengths is more potent than any other business skill, yet you're probably not aware of it. (Chapter 1) - your 5 most harmful weaknesses that can affect your business. Learn which weaknesses can ruin your business endeavors and how to prevent it from happening. Even with the most genius business idea and perfect execution, you can fail when exhibiting one of these weaknesses. (Chapter 2) - how to lead your company as an introvert. Hint: many successful entrepreneurs, including extroverts, do something entirely different than most people. And it's introvert-friendly, too. (Chapter 3) - 5 key attributes of a good business partner for an introvert. If you don't want to go it alone, learn how to choose the right partner. Just one of these traits can either make or break your partnership. (Chapter 4) - how to promote yourself and network as an introvert. Most introverts possess a powerful skill that can help them promote their business without networking the old-school, extrovert-friendly way. (Chapter 5) - 5 attributes of introvert-friendly businesses. Before you launch a new venture, ask yourself how well it fits your personality. Don't leave this question for later - unless you want to find yourself trapped in a business that sucks your soul. (Chapter 6) - 9 introvert-friendly business models to consider. Learn what types of ventures fit the introverted personality best and increase your chances of success. (Chapter 6) - 5 introvert-friendly ways to come up with business ideas. If you're yet to come up with a business idea, you'll learn how to research potential opportunities and find out if they have legs. The process of validating a business before you start it can save you thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours. (Chapter 7) If you're ready to learn how to become a successful introverted entrepreneur, scroll up and click the buy button. Avoid my mistakes and start a business that fits your personality from the get-go. P.S. As a thank you gift for buying my book, you'll receive a completely free ebook I used to sell for $2.99 - 15 Steps to Better Time Management and Higher Effectiveness. It will teach you how to become a more effective entrepreneur who achieves more while doing less.… (mere)
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A well-written and clearly outlined guide for introverts and their extrovert business partners and colleagues that gives insight and understanding into the strengths and weaknesses relative to finding and operating a business successfully. The general expectation for everyone starting a business is that best practices are one size fits all, but Nicholson proves that assumption is wrongly made even by introverts themselves. One point about the ownership interests that I do not completely agree about is in respect to the author's assertion that no partnerships are 50/50. That I agree with, however, that the introverted partner should take the larger percentage while the extrovert has to be the face of the business, do the networking and build relationships for growth and take the lesser share may not be reasonable. Deciding the percentage of value each brings to the business and divvying up the cash should be equal to avoid conflicts, unless one is a silent partner which is unlikely in the scenario. Overall, a good and helpful resource with a list of references and tools to add to the takeaway. ( )
  jec27 | May 8, 2015 |
Great book for budding entrepreneurs who also happen to be introverts. There are solid strategies for how to make the most of your gifts while working around those things that cause you the most anxiety. ( )
  TheresaUpshur | Mar 6, 2015 |
A solid 3 1/2 out of 5, but most useful as a checklist of things to consider when setting up a business.

Let me be upfront and reveal that I received a free epub version of this book as a Member Giveaway through LibraryThing.

Plenty of hints for the budding entrepreneur, but really a checklist of things to consider/do as part of establishing a new business with some explanation of each item, rather than a substantial guide to the entire process.

The most valuable takeaways: do your research, don't start a business that you are not suited to, and get help/someone else to do those functions better suited to extroverts. ( )
  Davros-10 | Feb 17, 2015 |
Being basically the introvert, I found this book quite useful. It is short and well structured. The advices and ideas discussed there are not something extraordinary, I’ve already read or heard of most of them, but still I found a lot of interesting and also I’ve never thought about my work and my life in general from the point of view offered by author. It is really a good idea to change the job or to change the way you are working instead of trying to force yourself doing something which is against your nature. In fact, I suppose the book may be useful not only for introverts, but for extroverts as well, and not only for entrepreneurs and freelancers but for people who work currently as employees. The book also contains the good reference to useful books and tools, giving the ideas for the further steps. ( )
  SlonBaton | Feb 15, 2015 |
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How an Introverted Entrepreneur Accidentally Discovered the Critical Effect of His Personality on His Business If you are an introvert wishing to start a business, I can't think of a worse way to mess it up than to completely disregard the effect of your personality on its success. In fact, that's exactly how I messed up my business. I launched a venture suited for an extrovert, not even once asking myself whether I could handle it with my deeply introverted nature. Would you like to avoid a major screw-up and start a business that fits your personality? Don't reply. I know your answer. I wrote this book to help you avoid the mistakes I made and teach you the proper way to start a business as an introvert. I will share with you the lessons and observations every introverted businessperson should consider before pursuing a new venture. If you skip this step, chances are that your business will fail much sooner than you think - and the only person at fault would be you. I was there, and let me tell you, it ain't pretty. Let me help you learn how to make the most out of your strengths to start a successful introvert-friendly business. Here are just some of the things you will learn from the book: - your 5 main strengths to help you become an entrepreneur. Just one of these strengths is more potent than any other business skill, yet you're probably not aware of it. (Chapter 1) - your 5 most harmful weaknesses that can affect your business. Learn which weaknesses can ruin your business endeavors and how to prevent it from happening. Even with the most genius business idea and perfect execution, you can fail when exhibiting one of these weaknesses. (Chapter 2) - how to lead your company as an introvert. Hint: many successful entrepreneurs, including extroverts, do something entirely different than most people. And it's introvert-friendly, too. (Chapter 3) - 5 key attributes of a good business partner for an introvert. If you don't want to go it alone, learn how to choose the right partner. Just one of these traits can either make or break your partnership. (Chapter 4) - how to promote yourself and network as an introvert. Most introverts possess a powerful skill that can help them promote their business without networking the old-school, extrovert-friendly way. (Chapter 5) - 5 attributes of introvert-friendly businesses. Before you launch a new venture, ask yourself how well it fits your personality. Don't leave this question for later - unless you want to find yourself trapped in a business that sucks your soul. (Chapter 6) - 9 introvert-friendly business models to consider. Learn what types of ventures fit the introverted personality best and increase your chances of success. (Chapter 6) - 5 introvert-friendly ways to come up with business ideas. If you're yet to come up with a business idea, you'll learn how to research potential opportunities and find out if they have legs. The process of validating a business before you start it can save you thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours. (Chapter 7) If you're ready to learn how to become a successful introverted entrepreneur, scroll up and click the buy button. Avoid my mistakes and start a business that fits your personality from the get-go. P.S. As a thank you gift for buying my book, you'll receive a completely free ebook I used to sell for $2.99 - 15 Steps to Better Time Management and Higher Effectiveness. It will teach you how to become a more effective entrepreneur who achieves more while doing less.

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