Discover the Power of Introverts to Attract a Following
Do you enjoy being alone? Prefer keeping your personal life to yourself? Hate small talk? Wish the people you do business with would stop yakking and get to the point?
If so, you may have been told you must change your personality if you want to be successful in business.This is nonsense! Pretending that you’re an extrovert drains you of energy. But honoring your introvert leanings empowers you and fires you up in a way that your ideal clients find magnetic.
Introverts can attract customers extremely well if you respect and use your natural tendencies.
In this webinar-style video course, you discover dozens of ways in which you can approach networking, publicity, getting published, speaking in public and other common marketing activities while being true to your introvert talents, personality strengths, likes and dislikes.
And if you’re not an introvert yourself but have clients, partners, staff members or colleagues who are, you’ll learn about the effectiveness they can achieve if you give them the flexibility to bring in business their way.
A bookworm as a child, course presenter Marcia Yudkin grew up to discover she had a surprising talent for creative marketing. Her credentials include a Book of the Month Club selection, two books featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, commentaries on National Public Radio, publicity on page one of the Wall Street Journal and other newspapers throughout the world and a reputation as a word lover who isn’t afraid to express an unconventional opinion. She also mentors introverts so they discover their uniquely powerful branding and most comfortable marketing strategies.
Note: If you are hearing-impaired, speak English as a second (or third) language or just like to review content quickly, you’ll be glad to know that this course includes the written transcript of each video lesson. It also includes several worksheets.
Lessons you’ll take away from Marketing for Introverts include:
Remember that you have lifetime access to the course after you enroll, so you can review the advice and suggestions from time to time as your comfort with marketing your own way develops and deepens.
An earlier version of this course was written up in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Stop the suffering that comes from struggling to be someone you’re not. Declare your introvert independence and enjoy the success that comes from making the most of who you are. Sign up today and begin roaring along on the quiet path to fame and fortune.
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Catalog your introvert strengths so you can use them to market your way.
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Discover the potential of marketing face to face with one person at a time.
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Discover why product development is a perfect match for introvert talents and preferences.
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Marketing coach Marcia Yudkin is the author of 17 traditionally published books, including 6 Steps to Free Publicity, now in its third edition, and dozens of ebooks and multimedia courses. She has delivered commentaries on National Public Radio and been featured in the Wall St. Journal, Entrepreneur and scores of newspapers all over the world. Her unconventional yet practical marketing advice suits introverts and rebels who hate the "musts" nearly everyone spouts. (For instance, she does not blog.) She runs her information empire part of the year from Maui and the rest of the year from the woods of Western Massachusetts.