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10 PODCASTING TIPS FOR INTROVERTS



Are you an introverted service provider or business leader who is trying to find the balance between having a successful platform while also maintaining your privacy, peace, and sanity? If the mere thought of live-streaming literally anything freaks you the f*ck out, social media numbers get you in your head, and you have mixed feelings about being visible to the masses (“is it even possible to scrub the internet if I change my mind?!”), tune in right now babyy. This episode dives into the pros and cons of putting yourself out there, how to market your business in a way that makes you most comfortable, and practical action steps for systematizing your platform so you can thrive as an introvert.


Listen to the episode here


This episode of E-ficionado: The Podcast includes:


+ The Side Piece, a guide for this episode that includes practical applications designed to support you in simplifying, streamlining, and scaling your service-based business can be found here: delaniefischer.com


+ A discussion between Business Simplicity Coach, Delanie Fischer, and her Operations Manager, Kris Hillberg, about why podcasting has been a great marketing strategy as introverts, a variety of practical action steps you can take in order to increase your comfort and decrease your anxiety while being visible for your business, and tips for implementing your unique marketing strategy as an introverted entrepreneur


+ 10 tips and takeaways for prioritizing your well being while running a successful platform


To book a complimentary 15 min. Business Solution Call with Delanie to clarify your goals, audit your current offers and systems, and craft your unique next steps for increasing your revenue (and your free time!), apply here.


To get The Side Piece + instant access to the entire E-ficionado Resource Vault, other gifts and resources, and info about E-ficionado: The Program - Delanie's 1-1 Business Simplicity Coaching for service providers, visit delaniefischer.com.


Credits:

Cover art by Patrick Nicely

Photo by Tillah Freckleton


Find the transcript for the episode here