On the surface, it may appear that we live in an extrovert’s world and that the most vocal, visible, and socially connected people employ more natural confidence and presence. Society tends to view more outgoing people as having a desired “it-factor,” propelling them to higher levels of success than those who are more introverted.
However, introverted people possess a great deal of positive attributes that are becoming more valued in both personal and professional realms. These include strengths like good listening skills, being more thoughtful and strategic in their decision-making, and the ability to pay attention and provide intuitive insight—all demonstrating a high level of confidence to the outside world.
Visibility Expert Amelia Roberts joins me to share some simple introvert-friendly ways to channel your inner confidence and become more visible.