EPISODE 26 | How To Run & Grow Your Health Business As An Introvert

Mar 15, 2018 | 0 comments

Leading up to recording this episode I did a poll in my online community to see how many of the alternative health business owners in there identified as an introvert. I wasn’t super surprised to see that it was well over 70%. I don’t know if it’s just that I attract introverts because I am one as well and speak openly about it (it’s true, I just play an extrovert on the internet!) or if people drawn to alternative health and being of service to others are often introverted.

I invited Kathleen LeGrys to join me for today’s’ show to discuss tips and tricks on how to run and grow your business as an introvert. Kathleen is one of my business besties so this wasn’t the first time she and I have spoken about how we set our life and businesses up to support ourselves and to honour what we need. We talk about how running an online business can actually be a perfect fit for someone that identifies as an introvert. Kathleen and I share what being an introvert means to us and give you practical tools that you can start to apply in your life and business immediately if you identify as an introvert and are feeling pressure to go against your natural rhythms.

We also get real about how to know when it’s true introversion vs. feeling shy or feeling fear about putting yourself out there. Whether you are an introvert or extrovert, we all have fear and worry about being judged or embarrassing ourselves, that’s part of the journey and we can’t use introversion as something to hide behind and keep us from stepping into our full potential.

More About Kathleen:

Kathleen is certified health coach, fitness & nutrition specialist, and the Founder of Health Coach Solutions. She has helped thousands of health and fitness professionals around the world transform their business, get out of overwhelm, and generate more revenue. Her customizable programs are used by health coaches, fitness trainers, naturopathic doctors and other wellness professionals to empower them to change lives on a global scale.

Connect with Kathleen through her website and on social media via Facebook,  Instagram, or Twitter. You can also check out Kathleen’s podcast – The Wellness Business Podcast.

Listen to Episode 26 below:

Here’s What we Talk About In This Episode:

  • What truly defines an introvert vs. an extrovert
  • How running your business online can be perfect for introverts
  • What kinds of activities in our business drain our energy
  • How we refill our energy bank
  • The idea that some people are hiding behind being an introvert when what they are really feeling is fear
  • How being an introvert can serve us and our clients really well
  • The idea that just because something is “energy draining” doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy it
  • And so much more!

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Let’s Keep The Conversation Going…

Tell me in the comments below, do you identify as an introvert? How does that show up for you in your life and business? What activities do you find drain your energy and how do you recharge afterwards?

I would love to hear all about it and I’m sure others would too! You can also join my free online community to connect with more than 6000 other health practitioners just like you to ask questions, share wins and struggles and get lots of support from me and my team! I hope to see you there.

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