As an introvert, a solopreneur, and a creative person who puts a lot of thought into how my creations can both serve the world AND bring me income so that I can continue doing the creative work that I love, I’m always on the lookout for resources that help creative introverts thrive on the business side of things. So when I was contacted by Introverts Mean Business to see if I would be interested in trying out their digital subscription box for introverted business women that “helps you stay true to your introversion and build your business at the same time” I jumped at the chance.
Introvert vs. Extrovert is the current question raging across the web. Which one are you? Which one is better? Can’t we all just get along? Of course, the answer is that both are valuable, beautiful, and essential to the big-picture human community on earth. The reason that the introvert extrovert debate has become so popular lately is not because we need to figure out which one is better, but because introverts are finally finding a way to accept themselves for who they are.
So what does that really mean for introvert writers?
I am an introvert.
Growing up, I never would have admitted that. Up until a few years ago the label “introvert” pretty much meant socially awkward, shy, and kind of of dorky. And while I am also sometimes awkward, sometimes shy, and definitely a dork about certain things, when I say I’m an introvert I’m talking about something else entirely.