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Being an introvert is truly an advantage in business and leadership if you know how to leverage it! Having used her introversion to her advantage, the author went from new college graduate to holding responsibility for a $750 million business in just 10 short years. This eBook tells you how she did it and reveals very specific, actionable steps introverts can take to be ab Being an introvert is truly an advantage in business and leadership if you know how to leverage it! Having used her introversion to her advantage, the author went from new college graduate to holding responsibility for a $750 million business in just 10 short years. This eBook tells you how she did it and reveals very specific, actionable steps introverts can take to be abundantly successful in business, leadership and life. Importantly, the steps recommended are designed to be fully comfortable for introverts who get their energy from their "inner world" of ideas, and who are often uncomfortable with aspects of the "outer world" of business and leadership. You see, introverts have unique strengths and can literally change the world through the power of their ideas. Yet so many introverts fail to recognize and leverage the real power that comes with their introversion, which holds them back from experiencing all the achievement, advancement, and abundance that life has to offer. This eBook is for introverts who want to use their introversion to their advantage in business and leadership, and for extroverts who lead introverts and wish to be more effective leaders. You can achieve the success you want! Download the eBook to get started now! Chapters Include: * The difference between Introverts and Extroverts in the business world * Successful networking strategies and their critical importance * Standing out in a crowd - comfortably * Processing ideas and making leadership decisions * Core principles of succeeding in business and leadership * How to effectively reach out to others * Interviewing secrets for introverts * How to get promoted * How to successfully motivate your teams to action * Communicating effectively * An introvert's approach to leveraging social media for business success * Giving stellar presentations * Advice for introverts in the Chief Executive suite * Bonus: The extravert's guide to leading introverts * Bonus: The hang-on-your-office-wall list of reminders


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Being an introvert is truly an advantage in business and leadership if you know how to leverage it! Having used her introversion to her advantage, the author went from new college graduate to holding responsibility for a $750 million business in just 10 short years. This eBook tells you how she did it and reveals very specific, actionable steps introverts can take to be ab Being an introvert is truly an advantage in business and leadership if you know how to leverage it! Having used her introversion to her advantage, the author went from new college graduate to holding responsibility for a $750 million business in just 10 short years. This eBook tells you how she did it and reveals very specific, actionable steps introverts can take to be abundantly successful in business, leadership and life. Importantly, the steps recommended are designed to be fully comfortable for introverts who get their energy from their "inner world" of ideas, and who are often uncomfortable with aspects of the "outer world" of business and leadership. You see, introverts have unique strengths and can literally change the world through the power of their ideas. Yet so many introverts fail to recognize and leverage the real power that comes with their introversion, which holds them back from experiencing all the achievement, advancement, and abundance that life has to offer. This eBook is for introverts who want to use their introversion to their advantage in business and leadership, and for extroverts who lead introverts and wish to be more effective leaders. You can achieve the success you want! Download the eBook to get started now! Chapters Include: * The difference between Introverts and Extroverts in the business world * Successful networking strategies and their critical importance * Standing out in a crowd - comfortably * Processing ideas and making leadership decisions * Core principles of succeeding in business and leadership * How to effectively reach out to others * Interviewing secrets for introverts * How to get promoted * How to successfully motivate your teams to action * Communicating effectively * An introvert's approach to leveraging social media for business success * Giving stellar presentations * Advice for introverts in the Chief Executive suite * Bonus: The extravert's guide to leading introverts * Bonus: The hang-on-your-office-wall list of reminders

30 review for The Introvert's Guide to Success in Business and Leadership

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

    Maybe I've just read too much about this topic already, but there was very little here for me. A remedial explanation about what an introvert is, and a bunch of information telling introverts at the beginning of their careers that it's okay to be an introvert and to use their natural tendencies to their advantage. There's a little bit of information purportedly designed to help higher level executives, but if someone has managed to get to that level in their career, I don't think anything here w Maybe I've just read too much about this topic already, but there was very little here for me. A remedial explanation about what an introvert is, and a bunch of information telling introverts at the beginning of their careers that it's okay to be an introvert and to use their natural tendencies to their advantage. There's a little bit of information purportedly designed to help higher level executives, but if someone has managed to get to that level in their career, I don't think anything here would be of much use.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    Reading this as an introverted leader, I'm encouraged to see that Lisa recommends and extends many of the same techniques I've found essential. I found that meeting individually with members of my admin council was a key enabler in a successful year. I also appreciated knowing that an introverted can rise to C level leadership. Lisa refers to not faking it. However, I viewed my leadership responsibility as a role that had duties and expectations to fulfil. I observed successful leaders and tried Reading this as an introverted leader, I'm encouraged to see that Lisa recommends and extends many of the same techniques I've found essential. I found that meeting individually with members of my admin council was a key enabler in a successful year. I also appreciated knowing that an introverted can rise to C level leadership. Lisa refers to not faking it. However, I viewed my leadership responsibility as a role that had duties and expectations to fulfil. I observed successful leaders and tried to emulate their ability to reach out to others to welcome them and affirm them. I think the book is best suited for introverts who have been newly thrust into leadership. The section for extroverted on how to lead introverts was also useful.

  3. 5 out of 5

    D

    Bottom line: it's not easy being introverted.

  4. 4 out of 5

    gloria garner

    Great book. A group A group of my friends and I have chosen this book for our book club this month. Watch out world the introverts are coming out.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Encouraging and helpful book on the strengths and weaknesses of introverts when it comes to excelling in business. I took away 7 main pieces of advice from this book - 1. Give. Approach situations with full intent to give and you will feel more comfortable. Always be ready to help others succeed and reach their goals. 2. Don't conform. Be proud of your introverted personality. This book highlights strengths that some introverts may not have known were strengths for them. 3. Do what you do best - l Encouraging and helpful book on the strengths and weaknesses of introverts when it comes to excelling in business. I took away 7 main pieces of advice from this book - 1. Give. Approach situations with full intent to give and you will feel more comfortable. Always be ready to help others succeed and reach their goals. 2. Don't conform. Be proud of your introverted personality. This book highlights strengths that some introverts may not have known were strengths for them. 3. Do what you do best - listen. People appreciate this more than you know. 4. Focus on one-on-one/small group relationship building opportunities. This will make you more comfortable in bigger groups. 5. Step up and stand out. Introverts don't like the spotlight but sometimes we've got to take the stage or we won't get anywhere because no one will know we can or even that we want to. 6. Write things down. Write out your thoughts. Write out answers to possible interview questions so you are prepared to answer under stress. Write down ideas before a meeting. 7. Relax and reflect. Take time for yourself every day. Schedule it if you have to but take time to reflect on the events of the day and to simply relax. I appreciate the advice and support Lisa Petrilli lays out in "The Introvert's Guide..". She even has a section for extroverts who work with introverts and want to better understand where they are coming from. All in all, a great little quick read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Zartman

    As a new author, the world of marketing overwhelmed me, and I found less help than I'd hoped for in this book. It addresses the challenges of surviving and even thriving in a corporate business but doesn't speak directly to the problems of jumping solo into the business world. The solid principles she gives for networking and her good suggestions for accepting and working with introverted characteristics can be applied to any situation, so it's not without merit, but because of its short length As a new author, the world of marketing overwhelmed me, and I found less help than I'd hoped for in this book. It addresses the challenges of surviving and even thriving in a corporate business but doesn't speak directly to the problems of jumping solo into the business world. The solid principles she gives for networking and her good suggestions for accepting and working with introverted characteristics can be applied to any situation, so it's not without merit, but because of its short length and the lack of help for small businesses I believe it's a little overpriced and have rated it three stars.

  7. 5 out of 5

    John

    A useful source of encouragement for introverts looking to network and advance in their professions. I like how the author doesn't treat introversion as a weakness or an obstacle, but identifies it as a source of strength and then gives guidelines on how to leverage it. Petrilli offers guidance at all levels: people making connections, people starting a new career, executives, bloggers, etc. I would have liked the book much more if it had more specific direction and perhaps a few more examples. I A useful source of encouragement for introverts looking to network and advance in their professions. I like how the author doesn't treat introversion as a weakness or an obstacle, but identifies it as a source of strength and then gives guidelines on how to leverage it. Petrilli offers guidance at all levels: people making connections, people starting a new career, executives, bloggers, etc. I would have liked the book much more if it had more specific direction and perhaps a few more examples. I'd say it's helpful but not essential. Plenty of useful notes but not bursting at the seams.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Peter Krol

    Petrilli's self-published eBook contains some helpful ideas, but it reads like a collection of non-cohesive blog posts. If I read more than 2 or 3 "posts" in one sitting, it was difficult to follow. What she says can be boiled down to a few key points: 1. When introverts are quiet, it doesn't mean they're displeased or opposed. It just means they're thinking. 2. Introverts can maximize their strengths by taking advantage of 1-1 or small group situations. 3. Extroverts will lead introverts well if th Petrilli's self-published eBook contains some helpful ideas, but it reads like a collection of non-cohesive blog posts. If I read more than 2 or 3 "posts" in one sitting, it was difficult to follow. What she says can be boiled down to a few key points: 1. When introverts are quiet, it doesn't mean they're displeased or opposed. It just means they're thinking. 2. Introverts can maximize their strengths by taking advantage of 1-1 or small group situations. 3. Extroverts will lead introverts well if they remember points 1 and 2.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey

    This book was a quick read. There were a few good tidbits, but overall there was nothing in this book that I haven't read before elsewhere. For a straight-to-ebook publication, it wasn't bad but it did feel unpolished. I quickly grew tired of references to the author's blog. I did enjoy the parts that spoke about how to be a successful manager/supervisor/team leader though!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    My boss gave me this book. Great read and I definitely learned a lot from it! Biggest take away: Don't see being an introvert as a weakness - harness the strengths of an introvert so others (mainly extroverts) will take notice of you.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Allen

    I just read "Quiet", an excellent book about what it is like to be introverted. This book was a "How to Succeed in Business as an Introvert" and I just couldn't get interested in it. Which is probably a shame because it seemed to be a well written and useful book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Viktoria

    Great book This is a great guidebook for introvert wanting to become leaders, and extrovert leaders leading introverts. Quick read and good advices!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    A great read for introverts - the biggest thing i took away from this is to out into the world and find those one on one opportunities to network and build substantial relationships

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dallin Cowles

    Insightful and applicable for me. Petrilli gives some very good advice for using introversion to one's advantage and advancement.

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    Rachel Kimathi

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    Beki

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    Christine

  18. 5 out of 5

    Henriette

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bharathi

  20. 4 out of 5

    Martin

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kurt Beard

  22. 5 out of 5

    Richard Kidd

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marie Cinti

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brian Park

  25. 5 out of 5

    Riki Garvin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Stout

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ross

  28. 5 out of 5

    BG Allen

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    T.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ray Beasley

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