Extrovert/introvert dynamics in a business setting

Although the business landscape consists of mostly extroverts, those who think out loud, don’t be fooled; because there are a handful of introverts out there as well that value alone time to process thoughts.

Extroverts are the type of individuals that need to bounce ideas off of others, and for some reason they are not able to understand introverts! I say all of this because I just read a fantastic article based on the topic. Here it is:

http://www.business2community.com/leadership/7-facts-extroverts-should-know-about-introverts-in-business-0146543?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+B2CMarketingInsider+%28Business+2+Community%29

Do you consider yourself to be an introvert or an extrovert? Please leave a comment below!

Blog update!

How is everyone doing? Hope you guys had a cheerful day today! So anyway, I just want to make a few updates to readers of this blog. I know that when most of you guys, whether you are following my blog or not, read my blog you are expecting tips on how to start your own business, on-line or off-line.

I know there has been quite a bit of confusion because I’ve talked about topics that are so left-field such as investing, and I know many of you guys are confused because I bring up topics that deal with more philosophical issues such as mindfullness and how to think. Well the truth is that if you are an aspiring entrepreneur, you will have to adapt to such mindsets as thinking optimistically, eating right, staying fit by going to your local gym, and surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals. There are more and I’ll get to them eventually.

So what I’ll be talking about from now on are only topics concerning avenues of success in business and this includes mindsets that augment success as well as sales/marketing paradigms as that’s what I do for a living, marketing!

Investing for everyone including DUMMIES!

Alright so I’d like to make a clarification. After my previous blog, I experienced a chill flowing down my spine as I realized that perhaps the percentage of people that engage in investing is pretty small. It seems that so many young professionals, as I, abhor finance, therefore we avoid activities that involve budgeting expenses in Excel files or designating a certain amount for each category of expense. I just wanna say this: “I HEAR YA”. Red flags are constantly raised on this subject but believe me if you’re into starting a business or getting involved in any type of business related venture, be it consulting, or any type finance, sales or marketing type positions, then learning investing will only help develop such skills as it will guide you through certain concepts that can accelerate knowledge base and decision making. Issues such as on how stock price can affect the profitability or whether a business is an actual commodity and how to determine whether it is.

For instance, if you’re a financial consultant who specializes in advising non-profits and small corporations on how to control their budget and how to manage the various type of assets while managing liabilities, you would have to understand ¬†quite a chunk of the investing arena and how the markets can be impactual in such scenarios.

If you’re a sales & marketing professional, naturally you would have to understand the market you specialize in, as well as the markets your serve and how to investigate the key performance metrics to know whether a product would do well in a particular market. Studying the growth rates and the charts, graphs associated with it in-depth may not be necessary but it can help.

Furthermore, if you are a serial entrepreneur, committed to making money or conveniencing the citizens of your community or the world, then technically what you are doing is you are investing your money. And so investing in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, or real estate can only instill in you these business blocks of what it takes to actually invest your money in a start-up or franchise, or if you’d like to be the owner of a gym, restaurant, apartment complex. Just my thoughts….

Other than that, even if you’re not into business. You may still want to consider looking into investing as a viable option for accumulating bucks either for that sexy Camaro that’s been you’re dream car for sometime or a house by the beautiful lake side. Who’s knows you may even fall into the rythym.

If you agree with all of this or are an active investor, please like or retweet my post. Muchas gracias ;)!!