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Issue 63 - 05 | Self-Promotion for Introverts®: Get Heard More. Even If You Talk Less.

By Nancy Ancowitz
Published Oct. 14, 2009 11:45 p.m.
“Introverts. The world needs us, can't live without us, and often doesn't quite get us. However, we persist, mostly behind the scenes, quietly contributing to society—writing, creating, designing, researching, solving problems, and digging for treasures ancient and new. Are you one of us?

If you're more of a Warren Buffett than a Donald Trump, and more of a Greta Garbo than a Madonna, you've come to the right place. It's time for you to stop hiding from the spotlight. Time to get recognized and compensated for your gifts.

Rather than buying in to the common misconceptions about introverts, you'll apply your quiet strengths to raise your visibility in a way that feels right for you. And guess what? You don't have to brag. Not even remotely. You can promote yourself authentically without the ‘ick’ factor.”

About Nancy Ancowitz | Author of Self-Promotion for Introverts®: The Quiet Guide to Getting Ahead (McGraw-Hill), Nancy Ancowitz is a business communication coach specializing in career advancement and presentation skills. She has spoken at New York University, Columbia University, the 92nd Street Y and the Smithsonian Institution, and her media coverage has included The New York Times, Newsday, CNN.com, Monster.com, CareerJournal.com, WABC-TV, and Self, Woman’s Day, Marie Claire and Gotham magazines. Ancowitz is a mirror who reflects your best self, a sounding board for your deep intelligence, and a navigator to help your quiet star twinkle. Her clients range from CEOs to emerging leaders in the business and creative worlds. Find out more at selfpromotionforintroverts.com.

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The Quiet Guide to Getting Ahead
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