We lead busy lives. We spend a lot of time online and juggling work with our private lives. On top of that, there are endless options to choose from when running your own business. And if you have an online business, you may feel pressure to be visible all the time, to keep up with social media alongside taking care of your business, your health, and your loved ones.
A common complaint among introverts is that we “overthink” things. We take too long to make decisions and constantly turn things over in our heads. Because of this, we think that we’re less capable of great things, that we miss good opportunities, or that we’re just procrastinating all the time.
Part of the natural working style of introverts is deep internal reflection. We need internal reflection to process the information we received and to formulate our conclusions and next action steps. When we try to move too fast too soon, we undermine this process. We freeze up or black out, our inner critic becomes very dominant, or we constantly feel anxious and overwhelmed.
But when you recognize and make space for your natural process, an amazing shift happens. The inner critic calms down and moves to the background. You start seeing your strengths more clearly and how to connect with them. It becomes easier to show others what you bring to the table without feeling forced or like you have to be more extroverted. You no longer feel like you’re procrastinating but you know what next step to take.
Getting results feels easier, more natural, and almost effortless.
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