The Introvert’s Secret Weapon

The Introvert's Secret Weapon

The Introvert’s Secret Weapon

Mitch Matthews discusses the secret weapon that introverts have in this week’s DREAM. THINK. DO. Podcast.

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Are you an introvert, but know that you need to go out and meet countless new people in order to achieve your dream?  Take heart!!  Join Mitch for a deep dive, where he gives his personal strategies for introverts like himself to use when building their networks.  And the extroverts out there can use the same strategies to become more effective at what they’re already good at: building relationships.

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Not sure which category you fall under?  Think about how you like to recharge at the end of a hard day; do you like to get revved up by a group of people or enjoy some peace and quiet?  If you fall under the second, learn the secret weapons you can use to calm your anxiety while still making authentic connections with a large group of people.  The key is to be interested.  Find out the best questions to ask others that will both help you learn and make them remember you.  Or you can turn a conference into a real life game of connect the dots!

This episode also shares Mitch’s survival strategy for those dreaded meetings with an open floor plan.  And you receive the extra bonus of hearing how he stalked a bike shop, and turned it into a valuable lesson.  So it’s time for you to stop thinking of being an introvert as a weakness to overcome, when it’s actually a strength to build you up.  Go out there, start making those connections and living your dreams!


  • Kirstin Wendl
    Posted at 03:35h, 11 April Reply

    as an introvert, I really appreciated this topic. I think in group work situations, I have sometimes been overly formal or professional, focusing more on the work than the people I work with, But I’m learning to appreciate my strengths as an introvert and be more open with my heart. Thanks for the podcast.

    • Mitch Matthews
      Posted at 11:51h, 11 April Reply

      Kirstin – Thanks so much for the feedback! So glad it resonated with you! #introvertunite

  • Mike Buck
    Posted at 20:18h, 29 April Reply

    Some great tips for introverts (like me!) on connecting with people to build relationships. I also appreciated recognition for the need to get recharged and those tips as well. Thank you for sharing this, Mitch!

  • Trechelle Rucker
    Posted at 04:24h, 07 May Reply

    Thanks for the podcast, excellent tips! After listening i realize being an introvert is not bad at all and I will definitely be more interested instead of interesting. Excited about my future journey!

    • Mitch Matthews
      Posted at 11:38h, 07 May Reply

      Thanks so much Trechelle! So glad you enjoyed it! Can’t wait to hear how you apply it!

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