Although network marketing is about meeting people, and connecting with them, and sharing an opportunity for mutual success, it does not require a naturally outgoing, gregarious personality to engage in the business. The fact is that people with introverted personalities – people that tend to be quieter, or more thoughtful, or more self-reflecting – offer their own strengths when it comes to network marketing. While the introvert may not be the best at striking up a conversation with a random stranger, they may be more effective at listening, engaging in meaningful communication, and building lasting relationships.

How Introverts Can Be Better Networkers

A common assumption that isn’t necessarily true is that an extroverted “people person” is the best type of networker. While an extroverted person might be better at meeting new people, someone who’s more introverted can be better at the second part of business networking — communicating his or her ideas and forming meaningful relationships…

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