Self-Promotion for Introverts: The Quiet Guide to Getting Ahead

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 13, 2009 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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An indispensable guide that helps introverts excel in an extrovert's world

All professionals need to promote themselves to advance in their careers, and introverts face the unique challenge of overcoming their reserved natures to get their message out. But as Nancy Ancowitz explains in this essential resource, introverts need not battle against their natural tendencies in order to raise their career visibility.

Self-Promotion for Introverts® shows readers how to leverage their quiet skills and talk about themselves and their businesses, ideas, and accomplishments confidently and with minimal stress to get the recognition they deserve.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Your Negative SelfTalk Tuning Out USUCK Radio
17
Your Strengths Tuning In UROCK Radio
37
Your Game Plan Creating a Winning Marketing Mix
55
Your Target Audiences Going Inward and Reaching Outward
91
Your Network Expanding Your Sphere of Influence
107
Your Chalk Talk Public Speaking for Private People
141
Your Job Search Interviewing for Introverts
175
Your Opposite The World According to Joe Extrovert
217
Conclusion
245
Endnotes
255
Index
259
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Nancy Ancowitz is the creator of the popular Self-Promotion for Introverts® workshop, which she offers at New York University. Her coaching clients range from CEOs to emerging leaders in the business and creative worlds. Ancowitz lives in New York City.

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