The difference in personality types is what makes some of us great at sales, while others thrive in content creation or other solitary endeavors. And that would be great, if business only entailed one task.
The problem for solo-entrepreneurs is that your business requires you to wear many hats. While you might get to indulge your inner introvert by hiding behind your computer monitor, your business will suffer if you don’t put yourself out there in the form of marketing and networking.
It’s clear that no matter which side of the introvert/extrovert divide you find yourself on, managing a business can be uncomfortable. It’s easier though, if you first know exactly where you fall on the scale.
Exercise: Identify Your Personality Type (And the Struggles Your Face Because of it)
Exercise: List Your Core Values
Exercise: Find Your Chronotype
Exercise: Design Your Ideal Schedule
Exercise: Find Your Communication Style
Exercise: Know Your Management Style
Exercise: Plan Your Networking Strategy
Exercise: Consider the Love Languages of Your