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Ep130: Thea Orozco Shares Social Media Best Practices for Introvert Entrepreneurs

September 30th, 2016 · Comments

Thea Orozco of Introvertology draws on a decade of social media experience to help us cut through the noise, have fun and be more productive online. Ep130 of The Introvert Entrepreneur Podcast.

Full Episode Show notes are available at TheIntrovertEntrepreneur.com/2016/09/29/ep130-thea-orozco-introvertology-social-media

Tags: Marketing · Networking · Productivity · Social Media · Entrepreneurship

Ep113: Arden Clise and Essential Etiquette for Professional Success

April 13th, 2016 · Comments

Arden Clise of Clise Etiquette joins the podcast to tell us about her new book and shares tips on digital diplomacy and talking politics.

Full episode show notes at theintrovertentrepreneur.com/2016/04/13/ep113-arden-clise-essential-etiquette-professional-success/

Tags: Personal Development · Social Media · Lessons Learned · Publishing · Entrepreneurship · Communication Skills

Ep97: Catriona Pollard on Going From Unknown to Expert

December 2nd, 2015 · Comments

If you want to increase your visibility and credibility, then implementing a smart media strategy is a solid way to go. My guest is Catriona Pollard, founder and director of CP Communications and the author of "From Unknown To Expert," a step-by-step process for growing your profile and expanding your influence by becoming a recognized expert in your field using PR and social media.

Full Show Notes Here: http://theintrovertentrepreneur.com/2015/12/02/ep97-catriona-pollard-on-going-from-unknown-to-expert/

Tags: Social Media · Business Development · Entrepreneurship · Communication Skills

Ep88: Andrea Lake on Strategic Business Growth

September 16th, 2015 · Comments

1b83300.jpgIntroverts have incredible opportunities to build successful businesses, and leveraging online resources is one reason those opportunities exist. I’m pleased to welcome Andrea Lake to The Introvert Entrepreneur podcast to share insights that she’s gained as the founder of multiple businesses, all while balancing her introvert and extrovert energies. Andrea is a serial entrepreneur who has founded 14 companies since she was 18 years old. Her current active companies are StickerJunkie.com, YogaJunkie, and Delinquent Distribution, which owns sales rights to the merchandise for the largest video games in the world, including Minecraft. She’s also the co-founder of Mentor Mojo, which we’re going to learn more about during our conversation. We also learn about her experience as a contestant on Donald Trump's show "The Apprentice," including the real reason she was "fired"!

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Tags: Sales · Social Media · Lessons Learned · Business Development · Entrepreneurship

Connecting Online and IRL with Morgan Barnhart

April 27th, 2012 · Comments

blogimage.jpgOne of the things I noticed right away when I started my business was that it was much easier to be outgoing and social online than it was in real life. I could do things at my own pace, sit back and watch for a while before jumping in, and I generally felt in control. Contrast that to a live social situation where anything can happen – I could forget someone’s name, draw a blank when someone asks me a question or spill my drink on a new acquaintance when I go to shake their hand.

I’ve learned over the years that I’m not alone. There are lots of introverts who describe themselves as extroverts online, and introverts IRL, or in real life. It makes us start to wonder, “who am I really?” The truth is that both are true, unless you’re going over-the-top online and taking on a new voice, brand or personality. I became curious about how introverts could leverage the power and relative comfort of social media to form stronger off-line relationships. My guest, Morgan Barnhart of Sociable Boost, gives us some insights to help us bridge the divide.

Tags: Networking · Social Media