Introverts Can Run A Business Too

Business Ideas for Introverts

As an entrepreneur I have tried MANY ideas, some did not work so well. Also, as an introvert and occasional extrovert, I have always tried to “do sales” and I just couldn’t. When I changed my perspective and found products that would give me the opportunity to “serve others”, that was a Game Changer.  

Many of the ideas below are service oriented, and do not require convincing a person of their need for a product that could change their lives.  Each time that I have been able to be of service to a person or group of people, my job is no longer a “job”. It is truly an adventure.  That is why I love being an entrepreneur.  I have tried the 9-5 and Big Corporate jobs, and they did not work, as the Entrepreneurial Spirit does not get fed there.

If you have been bitten with that Spirit you know what I am talking about. If you want to get bit stick around, join us on the journey, share your journey with us and you’ll be well on your way. 

Introvert

When I changed my perspective and found products that would give me the opportunity to "serve others", that was a Game Changer.

Introverts are powerful in their own right.

They are productive thinkers with strong opinions who can achieve great lengths. Despite what the media says — often stereotyping them as “shy” or “socially awkward” — introverts can make great business leaders and entrepreneurs. In fact, many successful business leaders are introverts, including Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Warren Buffett.
Here are some GREAT ideas:
  1. Graphic designer:  Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – computer, design software
  2. Coder: Startup costs & Equipment – up to $1,000 – computer, training courses
  3. Online retail consigner: Startup costs & Equipment – up to $1,000 – digital camera, computer
  4. Instagram consultant: Startup costs & Equipment $100 to $500 – smartphone with a good digital camera
  5. Writer/copy writer:  Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – computer
  6. Online blogger: Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – computer
  7. Technical writer:  Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – computer
  8. Landscape photographer:  Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – high-quality digital camera
  9. Music teacher: Startup costs & Equipment up to $100 – musical instrument, sheet music
  10. Business and life counselor: Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – life coach certification (not required)
  11. College application advisor: Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – computer
  12. Online tutor: Startup costs & Equipment up to $1,000 – computer

They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking, reading to partying; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over brainstorming in teams.

What business ideas have you tried or are working for you? What about those that didn't work?

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