Introverts in Business: Susannah Conway

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Welcome to the second of an ongoing interview series where we’ll be meeting other introverts in business who have found their own unique version of success. 

Today I want to welcome writer, photographer, digital course creator and all-round gorgeous woman, Susannah Conway. I discovered Susannah about 4 or 5 years ago and instantly fell in love with her ‘wear-your-heart-on-your-sleeve’ writing voice that reminds us we are all travelling this rocky life the best way we can. She also runs several online courses combining creativity and mindfulness to help you find your true self (swoon).

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Why your ability to step back could be your greatest strength in business

Why your ability to step back could be your greatest strength in business

Today’s post is by Meredith Tseu

Being an introvert is trendy right now. Even my chattiest neighbors are confessing their introvert tendencies. But when I talk with clients in my career coaching practice, I still hear a lot about the limitations of being an introvert.

It’s hard not to dwell on the limitations myself, and it kills my self-confidence.

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Building resilience through mindfulness

Building resilience through mindfulness

Today’s post is written by David Johnson

Building a business can find us leaving a breadcrumb of emotions behind us. At the risk of littering your desktop here are some of mine, “Joy…Happiness…Frustration…Inspired…Despair…Fogginess…‘Yeah!’ moments…Fatigue…Freedom.”

At the top end, joyful feelings can give me that feeling of invincibility, that I have this solopreneur thing finally licked. Twenty four hours later I am contemplating throwing the towel in and brushing up my CV for the job market.

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Are you being true to yourself or simply allowing fear to hold you back?

Are you being true to yourself or simply allowing fear to hold you back?

Today’s post is written by Kathryn Hall, Founder of The Business of Introverts

If you’ve been following me for a while now you’ll know that I am a big believer in staying true to who you are.

But when it comes down to it, what does ‘staying true to who you are’ actually mean?

Once upon a time I would have said it’s simply about doing the things that make you feel good. It’s about following your heart and partaking in activities that light you up, that bring you a sense of wellbeing, and that feel comfortable and easy for you.

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How to get started with SEO

How to get started with SEO

Today’s post is written by Danielle Zeigler

Being an introverted entrepreneur can be tricky, especially when it comes to marketing your business. I can bet that hearing the phrases “cold calling” and “networking event” make you cringe and want to hide a little bit, right?

Thankfully, we have websites and blogging which give us a chance to represent ourselves without always having to step outside of our comfort zones or exhaust ourselves trying to explain what we do in person.

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The beauty of listening over talking (and why I love being the quiet one).

The beauty of listening over talking

This post is by Kathryn Hall, Founder of The Business of Introverts

On Saturday I went for an eight mile hike with my partner Ollie and three other friends.

Armed with a picnic of crusty bread, cheese, olives and elderflower cordial to quench our thirst we set off enthusiastically to walk The Hidden Valley – a beautiful area of rolling hills, grazing sheep and poppy fields that sit quietly behind the bustling city of Brighton.

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