1. Create a Plan
Having a strategy or plan to guide you makes any venture less scary, and starting a business is no different.
2. Add a Partner
Just because you’re an introvert doesn’t mean you can’t do certain aspects of your business. Try them first and if you would rather have someone else handle that part, then find a partner.
3. Don’t Forget the Customer
Don’t let yourself lose touch with the customer-focused side of your business. Just be mindful that putting yourself out there for an extended period of time can result in overstimulation.
4. Ask For Help
Tons of forums and websites exist that provide support and guidance for introverts that are looking for ways to build their own business online.
5. Use Technology
One of the best things about the digital landscape is that it opens the door for introverts who would otherwise feel uncomfortable or stifled working in an office space.