What to say when you don’t want to say anything

 

I woke up this morning thinking about what to write and…and my brain was empty.

What do you say when your brain has gone blank?

This is what introverts face all the time (self-included)…when we have to say to people that we don’t have anything to say (or talk about not wanting to talk.)

This is also an issue when my husband comes home and wants to greet me and I’m in the middle of writing a sentence that will fly away forever if I even murmur a word…and he say’s “Hi, Honey…”

(We’ve developed a code.)

To help us introverts and others, I’m designing a line of T-shirts you can wear to avoid this problem. (You can send me your order…we don’t even need to talk.)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you have any suggestions for the line? You can post them below…quietly.

The introvert’s guide to success with Beth Buelow

buelow_headshotb_portrait_web-250x250Beth Buelow knows what it takes to help introverts succeed.  She’s the author of two books: The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and Create Success on Your Own Terms” just published this month by Penguin Random House and Insight: Reflections on the Gifts of Being an Introvert.” Beth is a professional coach, author, and speaker, based in the Pacific Northwest who also has a great podcast called The Introvert Entrepreneur – named as one of the top 25 business podcasts for entrepreneurs.

 

Here’s the entire interview:

You can also find it on the podcast on Itunes, episode 36

 

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About My Guest

Beth Buelow (BEE-low), ACC, serves as a guide to introvert entrepreneurs who want to amplify their strengths and build sustainable, energetically aligned businesses. She is a professional coach, author, and speaker, is based in the Pacific Northwest and serves introverts worldwide. Her podcast, “The Introvert Entrepreneur,” was recently named as one of the top 25 business podcasts for entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur.com, and also was featured in the “Inspiring Women’s Voices” category on iTunes. She’s contributed to articles in The Wall Street Journal, Success Magazine, Inc, Entrepreneur, and Psychology Today, among others. Beth is the author of “Insight: Reflections on the Gifts of Being an Introvert” and the just published “The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and Create Success on Your Own Terms” by Penguin/Random House.

A quote from the interview:

“If you really own being an introvert and you honor it, you will have the strength, the confidence and the trust you need to do all of those (sales and business development things) without faking it.”

From the Show

  • How to calibrate business development to take advantage of the skills of the introvert.
  • Why it all starts with trusting one’s voice and one’s style.
  • How introverts can use social media to work with energy efficiently.
  • The value of taking small steps in building up your relationships network and building your business.
  • How there can be many differences between introverts.

The Show Notes

Visit: The Introvert Entrepreneur website  http://theintrovertentrepreneur.com/

Read the book:  The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and Create Success on Your Terms

 

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