OMG WILL YOU STOP VOMITING RAINBOWS ALL OVER ME?
Is kinda what introverts sometimes feel like shouting at their extraverted friends.
Which is why, at some point in any given evening, I will just disappear. To be found with a book and a glass of wine. Or staring into space.
Rainbow vomiters get their energy from other people, like little energy vampires (but lovely friendly ones). And introverts recharge by being alone.
And I find the whole thing fascinating. If you run a business, you need to understand how other people’s brains work. How they think. Why they do the things they do.
So Joe and I did a whole podcast about it, which you can find here:
- How to tell if you’re more introverted or more extraverted (and why you can’t pigeonhole people so easily)
- Why introverts are more likely to be copywriters and marketers (and why we find it easier to be good at it)
- We’re not antisocial! Why introverts are less likely to be social butterflies (it’s to do with actual neuroscience, nerd fans)
- A survivor’s guide for introverts: how to get on in the world (and make a shit-ton of money doing it)
- A field guide for extraverts: how to be kind to your introverted friends without them wanting to stab you in the eye from time to time
- Why a little quiet time just people watching will make you a better marketer
Are you introverted or extraverted? What do you do for a business?
Let me know.
Vicky Fraser is a copywriter, author, and entrepreneur. She really did run away with the circus… but when she’s not swinging from a trapeze, she’s showing other copywriters and small business owners how to work with better clients, make more money, and stop missing bathtimes, first words, and dinners with angry partners. In fact, she wrote the book on it. Get your copy here.