By John Hackston | May 13, 2021
Thanks to COVID-19, there are now several million fewer jobs in the United States than there were back in February 2020. You might be one of those statistics, but if not, you almost certainly know someone who is.
And whether you are just setting out on your career or getting nearer to retirement, jobs can be hard to come by. It’s hardly surprising then that many people are considering starting their own business. But where does that leave people who are introverts? Surely, most entrepreneurs are loud, assertive extraverts — and the louder and more assertive they are, the more successful, right? If you are an introvert, is it even worthwhile considering striking out on your own?
Well, yes. And, no, being loud and assertive does not equate to entrepreneurial success.
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