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A bite-sized podcast about traveling while running a business and being an introvert. Not knowing what introversion was until my 30s, I feel that I wasted some of my early years by not really understanding myself. An inspiration for my business is that I want to help others understand themselves better, earlier on in their careers and their lives. Introversion is a very misunderstood area – introverts can suffer mentally and physically because people typecast them or act negatively towards t ...
 
This podcast is build on honest career advice and career growth tools, made for those of us who are shy, socially anxious or introverted. It will help you to develop the leadership skills required to take your career to the next level without having to change who you truly are. Whether you are fresh out of college, or already busy building your career, if you aspire to be a leader in your field, this career advice is for you.I created the shyest in the room, to share insights and learnings w ...
 
If you are “unsalesy” or an introvert, you have what it takes to succeed in real estate. Yes, being unsalesy is the key to sales success. As a Realtor with over 35 years experience, I have found being unsalesy and an introvert to be an advantage in real estate. As a matter of fact, the majority of the top Realtors are introverts! Introverts have the personality traits that lead to success. I have created this podcast to inspire and encourage my fellow introverts. Don't be a typical salespers ...
 
An introvert’s #1 source for sales, speaking, networking, business strategies, and inspiration, with interviews of world-class introverts who have achieved amazing success.
 
Welcome to Hiding in the Bathroom! We examine the secret life of leadership, work, and success. From anxiety, work-life balance, figuring out what you want, and building the kind of business you love, we hear from leaders of all stripes. Each week host Morra Aarons-Mele invites her favorite, most interesting friends and colleagues from politics, feminism, business media and psychology on to talk about creating the career and life you want, driving social change, smashing the patriarchy, and ...
 
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If you ever feel like you need to change who you are, be more outgoing, more talkative or more of an entertainer do have a successful career, this is your reminder on why you should not change who you are. Instead activate your amazing introvert powers and utilize them to kickstart your career. In episode 33 of my career advice for introverts podca…
 
We only have the capability to make so many decisions in a day. Little daily tasks like choosing outfits or meals count towards this capacity to make decisions. It is important to cultivate an environment where you trust yourself to make good decisions. If you trust your decision-making, you know that everything will be alright or that a good lesso…
 
#076 - When we're good at something, it comes easy to us. If something comes easy to us, we don't attribute much value to it. We think it's no big deal, anyone can do it - but that's not the case. It doesn't come easy to everyone. For most people, what we do is very difficult and they couldn't do it at all. Don't underestimate yourself! We Bring a …
 
I want you to be THE ONE in your own area of expertise, no matter where you sit in the organization, to notice opportunities, where you can step up and decide to build a coalition of your own for a problem that YOU know, should be fixed. Newsletter for ongoing accountability, tips and tricks, and tons of great information. If you have any questions…
 
#075 - How can you live the good life as an introvert? My guest on this week's podcast episode, Matt Johnson, is doing it and he will tell you how you can too! Matt has designed his life to create his own preferred work schedule and he sets boundaries to keep it just as he wants. He knows his strengths and focuses his energy on them. Meet Matt John…
 
Do you have trouble with productivity consistency? Some days you can get a lot done and then other days you lack the energy to get small tasks done? A reason for this could be the type of work you are doing or that needed to be done the next day. It could also be mental fatigue. You could be pushing yourself too hard past your work stopping point. …
 
#074 - What's the best way to invest in your business? I see this question asked all the time in Facebook real estate groups. Answers given are often to buy leads from Zillow or Realtor.com. Other answers are about new products to invest in that promise great results with minimal effort. Have you fallen prey to the "shiny object syndrome?" I sure h…
 
There is a difference between a smooth functioning, high potential life and a life where ease and comfort are your primary goal. If you are interested in changing your life's trajectory, then it’s time to decide you will do some things differently. Newsletter for ongoing accountability, tips and tricks, and tons of great information. If you have an…
 
#073 - Imagine how much easier and more enjoyable your business would be if you only worked with people who know, like, and trust you. That's what my guest on this episode, Gayle Zientek, does. 100% of her business is by referral! She explains how you too can be working by referral through relationship marketing. Meet Gayle Zientek Gayle Zientek, C…
 
Problem-solving is a crucial skill. All success comes with challenges and obstacles to overcome. Tips on how to problem solve 1) Be able to adapt and learn: No one has all the answers. Focus on what you have to do to learn the answers using your " Research Mindset." You will need different approaches for different problems. 2) Be confident in your …
 
#072 - I can have 10 sales go great and have a problem on 1 and I dwell on the bad one. How about you? I don't get any joy when things go right - because I expect that of myself. I expect perfection. BUT - no one is perfect all of the time. That's where the problem comes in. How can we learn not to be so hard on ourself when things do not go as we …
 
#071 - Eric Long’s career has taken many turns and he has found that if you put your mind to it, you can do anything! Spending up to 9 months below the surface in a US Navy submarine might seem like an ideal career for an introvert, but he has also succeeded in being a Realtor and interacting with numerous people daily! Listen and learn from Eric's…
 
In today's episode # 37, we dive into the world of sales and focus on why being good at selling does not require you to be extroverted or any more outgoing that you are. Being great at selling requires you to simply follow a few basic sales techniques, that will help you understand what you are selling and to whom, to reach the perfect customer at …
 
Hello and welcome to the Not So Travelling Introvert today I want to continue a conversation I started having actually at an event I was part of talking about work productivity, but more like how to relax and refresh and recharge at work and why so nearly 80% of work as a reporter to feel that they feel stressed at work and roughly half of them nee…
 
Do you ever ask yourself: Was it ok that I told that story? Did I share too much personal information at work today? Is this really an anecdote I can share at work functions? Oversharing at work can get you in trouble. Whether you tell the wrong story, or you share something with someone who is not trustworthy, you do not want to ruin your career b…
 
#070 - The small things are the big things! Small things add up to big results. They are the difference between winning the business and losing. Did you watch the Olympics? What struck me during the running and swimming events was that just a fraction of a second separates the gold medalists from the also rans. Small things truly make a big differe…
 
I have said many times that I do not believe in one recipe to follow for a successful career, but I do have established some rules for myself, that have helped me grow my career at full speed. I figured out, that we have to leave our comfort zones every once in a while to speed things up, and manage our career path constantly ourselves. Leaving our…
 
#069 - Being unsalesy leads to success in sales. Sounds kind of counter intuitive, but it's true. Think about it. Do you like being helped by a pushy salesperson? Probably not - so why be one? Clients are more comfortable working with someone who is unsalesy. My guest on this week's podcast, Sarah Faires, has come to the same conclusion. She doesn'…
 
Do you dread going to conventions, because you are not one for hanging out at the bar after a full day of networking? Do you feel overwhelmed? Good news is: you do not have to! Networking at conventions is one of the key assets for career growth, but if you do not feel like doing so at night, you are not alone. You can still grow an amazing career …
 
This week's topics: Making extra time and having a research mindset Are you not scheduling time to review and do tasks after meetings? Sometimes meetings require you to block out additional time after the meeting to review the slide deck or task for that meeting. Are you going about your work with a research mindset? Doing so will eliminate the pos…
 
Did you ever have to fire someone? Just like hiring people for your business, there can be a variety of reasons, brining firing someone to the table. And as unfortunately many companies are known for rather ruthless firing techniques, I think respect and a personal talk, should always be a part of letting someone go. If you feel like firing someone…
 
#068 - Have you ever fallen into the "I'll be happy when ..." trap? I'll be happy when this sale closes. I'll be happy when I get this difficult client out of my life. I'll be happy when I buy a new car. I'll be happy when I pay off my car. I'll be happy when I'm debt free. I'll be happy when I have $100,000 in my savings account. I'll be happy whe…
 
Rude customers. Clients. Partners.... the list goes on. And at one point in your career we will all encounter one. But do not worry. There are ways to handle customer expectations, and manage a complaint professionally. It can be stressful, to have a yelling or screaming customer standing in front of you, but do not be overwhelmed. I will share som…
 
#067 - There's a lot of Realtors out there! In order to be successful, you've got to set yourself apart by thinking outside the box. My guest on this week's episode of The Real Estate UnSalesperson podcast, Morgan Rountree, gives great ideas of thinking outside the box to build relationships. Meet Morgan Rountree Hey there from the Coastal Empire o…
 
Spoiler alert: Rejections are what shapes the way to success. Rejections form us, push us to create new ideas, change approaches and drive ourselves out of our comfort zone and into the lane that leads to a growing career. We need to embrace rejections and not let them take us out of the game and into dark places. Listen in to find out how to handl…
 
It’s easy to feel guilty, want to avoid conflict, or simply make other people feel good. However, you can’t consume your whole life on how other people react, nor should you stress about other people’s happiness. Your happiness is more important. In fact, saying no more often is crucial to accomplishing your goals and aspirations. “No” Is Not Alway…
 
Do you feel like you are not yourself at work? Do you try to fit in, by trying to be more outgoing or extroverted than you are? Does it drain you, being someone else at work? If you struggle with these situations, I want to help you find the confidence in being who you are. Being yourself will help you grow faster, by managing your energies correct…
 
#066 - I didn't have a special calling to become a Realtor. I never dreamed of becoming a Realtor while I was growing up. On top of that, being a quiet introvert, I had no special sales skills - yet I have had a successful 36 year real estate career selling 90-100 homes during my peak years, outselling most "natural born salespeople!" If I can do i…
 
Nightmares, sweaty palms, out of breath, shaking hands? Do you feel like giving a presentation can be the most overwhelming hurdle to take? Trust me, I have been there. But let me tell you, showing great presentation skills to any kind of audience, does not require you to be a born speaker, the most charismatic individual or full of confidence. It …
 
Happy Friday. Celebrating achievements, especially small ones, can be a difficult talks for many introverts, as we do not like to be the center of attention most of the times. But if you are not celebrating your achievements, and learn how to actively acknowledge how far you have come, you will have a hard time being your own (and most important) c…
 
#065 - Fionn Whittemore, an aspiring young Realtor, had a horrific motorcycle accident and nearly died - but he persisted. Persistence is the story of his life. He came back from the accident, not without a lot of struggles, and has achieved great success. The key to his real estate success? Persistence. Meet Fionn Whittemore Fionn views all experi…
 
Are you guilty of trying to always finding out things on your own? Do you spent hours searching google or finding out how to complete tasks, when there might be someone in your office or team, who could help you or teach you? Asking for help is the simplest, yet sometimes scariest part about proper time management. I know many of us want to be inde…
 
Everyone in business knows, negotiations can go in your favor or not. But of course, we want them to go in our favor and help us seal the deal or get that salary increase we are pushing for. But, did you know that it all depends on one moment? The moment that determines your success in seconds? If the answer is no, you better listen know to find ou…
 
Controlling your emotions or possessing proper emotional intelligence is vital for a successful life. Feelings, along with rational thoughts, ensure you get what you need out of life financially, physically, and mentally. This is essential to understand your emotions and improve or possess emotional intelligence. The following five tips, when imple…
 
Do you struggle with delegating work. Do you sometimes feel like you are taking on too much of a workload, because you do not fully trust to hand over tasks as a manager. Let me tell you, being a manager is not always easy, but delegating work is a tool, that will help you reach your and your team's full potential. You need to build trust and learn…
 
#064 - The #1 Struggle For Introvert Realtors Is ... Making Phone Calls. Far and away this is the #1 struggle. We know we need to pick up the phone to be successful, but how do we get ourselves to do it? We need to change our mindset. On this episode, I discuss how we can overcome our reluctance to make phone calls - and you might even find that yo…
 
Speaking up can be a big hurdle for those of us who are shy and are not always confident that what we want to say, or the idea we want to share is good enough. And it can take some time to build yourself up to become confident enough to speak up in meetings, and share your ideas. But it can be done! I had to come a long way to build myself up to ac…
 
I want to take todays episode, to share with you 3 major lessons, I had to learn the hard way in my career, and I wished I would have known sooner. Weather it is salary negotiations, doing the job of four people, or sticking around, when the company is not helping you grow. I wish I would have known these sooner, and I hope my experience can help y…
 
If you feel exhausted after work, or feel the need to re-charge all weekend alone, you might want to review who is stealing your energies. I have been there before, and I know it can be very easy, to let people drain important energy from you, that you need, to actually focus on your job and your life after work. Many times, extroverts do not know …
 
Crying, yelling, punching things.... I think everyone has experienced all sorts of emotions at work But what about the ones, that we do not really want to share with our co-workers and do not want anyone to see. Unfortunately it happens. Emotions are a part of our life, and they will come up (most of the time when we do not need them...). How to ha…
 
I want to talk about self assessment or that can other both be sort as self view or a retrospective. This is something that this came up recently with the clients that I work with, but also just myself. I'm very good at planning. I say that I'm fairly good at planning most of the time, but very, rarely do I take the time to review and look back and…
 
#063 - The key to sales success in real estate is to be unsalesy. May sound counter intuitive - but think about it. When you think of a salesperson, what image comes to mind? Someone loud, aggressive, pushy? Probably. What if you are the opposite? Don't you think clients would enjoy working with you so much more? My guest on this week's episode, Ja…
 
Group projects have always given me major anxiety. But whether you like them or not, they follow you into your career. (Unless you work a job where you are fully independent. Then good for you.) But, if you have to sit through them like the rest of us, and they tend to overwhelm you, this episode is for you! I will share my tips on how to actually …
 
Your life doesn't have to be a constant barrage of unexpected struggles to overcome. Ready to take your game to a new level? Here are 5 ways to smooth life processes so you can avoid obstacles coming at you like you're Keanu Reeves in The Matrix, you know the scene… Newsletter for ongoing accountability, tips and tricks, and tons of great informati…
 
Goal setting for me, together with proper time management, is really what a successful career is all about. In episode #18 on career advice for introverts, I will share with you why you should set goals for yourself, how you set them and how you guarantee to follow through. Goals are the key to ensure you develop yourself, you grow in your career, …
 
I noticed people love to apologize at work, especially for things that do not need apologizing. Apologizing too much can cost you your credibility and make you look weak, which is something that does not go too well with shooting to the top in your career. Showing weakness is not a flaw, do not get me wrong, but apologizing for things that do not d…
 
Are you ready to get promoted? Do you know it is your turn, but nothing is happening? Spoiler alert: promotions will not rain down on you, you need to actively pursue what you deserve to develop your career and grow! Pushing for a promotion can be overwhelming and scary for some, and that's why I will share with you three things you need to do now …
 
How to sell yourself successfully is a question I get asked a lot. In episode #15 I want to share with you what is actually required to sell yourself in a job interview, or your services and leave a lasting impression. You do not have to be a born speaker, sales person or the most charismatic person on earth, to have a good sales pitch of yourself …
 
I realize that this is possibly a topic I haven't gone over whenever I am working with new contractors to taking on new staff. One of my go to questions always is, what does introversion mean to you? Because as we know, there's a lot of misinformation out there and I wanted to just talk about some of the things that people say when I ask them what …
 
#062 - Introverts make the best Realtors. I be you haven't heard that before! Unexpected, but true. If you are an introvert, you have the traits necessary to achieve incredible success in real estate. You have an almost unfair advantage! No need to wish you were more outgoing. Be proud of who you are. Being an introvert is a blessing! What Are The …
 
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