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Have you ever wondered why success and acclaim don’t necessarily go to the most talented or skilled, but more often to those who are most visible? Today we are deconstructing what it means to be an introvert and how to leverage the positives of what comes naturally to you.

Lynette Crane is a Minneapolis-based acclaimed national speaker, author, and executive coach with more than 30 years of experience in speaking and training on introversion and shyness.

She is the author of “The Confident Introvert.” Through her personal experience and ongoing work in the field of introversion and shyness, Lynette has become a key voice in helping people connect and communicate across their differences.

Highlights –

  • The difference between being shy and being an introvert
  • Key ways to manage shyness or introversion
  • Leveraging your strengths as an introvert
  • Tips on being a highly productive introvert
  • The importance of having “introvert pride.”

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Mentions –

  • “The tragedy in the life of most of us is that we die before we are born” Erich Fromm

Gifts –
Lynette is generously offering her “33 Secrets of Successful Introverts.” Check out Creative Warriors Gifts Page where you can grab Sheevaun’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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