There’s something attractive about an online business, and it’s not just because you can work from home in your pajamas and fuzzy slippers.
For many online entrepreneurs, anonymity is appealing. The thought—whether conscious or not—of hiding behind a laptop screen, never appearing in public, and even using a pseudonym in place of their real name makes introverted entrepreneurs feel safe.
But is keeping a low profile, firmly sheltered within that comfort zone cocoon, really doing your business any good? And if not, what steps can you take to expand your cozy bubble, show off your brilliance, and earn what you deserve?
That’s what we’re exploring in this episode of the Tiny Course Empire podcast.
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What you’ll learn in this episode:
- Why I believe every online business owner must be willing to step out of his or her comfort zone, especially right now
- How comfort zones hold you back (including a little-known benefit of pushing yourself just a little further than you like)
- What the research says about the stress and anxiety you’re feeling as you try to put yourself out into the world
- How your own brain is working against you, and what you can do to rewire it