Mini-course: Energy management for ambitious introverts
It’s quite common to feel like you don’t have enough time or energy to achieve the things you want. While many of us feel like lack of time is our biggest issue to get things done, for most introverts, a bigger problem is that they're not getting enough rest and quiet time to focus and to feel centered throughout their day. They become depleted and they don't have enough energy to do the things they want.
FREE EBOOK: 10 UNDERVALUED QUALITIES OF INTROVERTS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR SUCCESS
Many introverts feel like being an introvert is holding them back in some way. Maybe you believe that being introverted somehow creates a barrier to your success. I want to help you realize that there are probably a lot of things that you naturally do that add a lot of value to the world. But because these things come so naturally to you, you may not fully realize just how valuable they are.
In addition to traits that all introverts share, every one of us has a natural focus, a unique way we view the world. In 1-to-1 coaching, we discover what your natural focus is and how you can tune into it to reach your goals faster.
Productivity isn’t just getting things done. It’s getting the things done that matter to you.
“Do you feel somewhere deep down that you can add more value to the world? Do you want to have a bigger impact, but you feel stressed by the daily needs of your business?”
“Do you feel like you’re forced into an “extraverted mold” when you interact with other people?”
“Are you good at working hyper focused, but then find yourself completely drained by the end of the day?”
Many introverts don’t understand their own introverted character and believe the misconceptions that exist around introversion, such as introverts are bad communicators or they aren’t good leaders.