4 Business Ideas For Introverts

Some people think that when you start your business, you have to be sociable, spontaneous and good at sales. While these are good traits for businesses, it can’t be said that these are the only factors for success.

For some reason, some people are born to be introverts. Nobody knows if they are just shy, they have low self-esteem, or they are just comfortable that way. These people can do well in business too, even if they don’t have the “salesy” vibe.

Here are some business ideas for introverted people. These business ideas will not require you to be around people. You can do these from the comfort of your home. If you want your quiet time, you can still have it while doing business.

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1. Freelance writing

Contrary to popular belief, introverts aren’t dull people. Sometimes, they even have the brightest imagination and they are the most intelligent ones. If you are not into public speaking but you want your voice to be heard, you can try freelance writing.

See: How I Earned Php1 Million in 1 Year Just by Working at Home as Freelance Writer

2. Social Media managers

Introverts often express themselves through social media or blogging. If you are one of them, chances are you are already adept in the ins and outs of the different social media channels. You can take advantage of that and earn from your skill. Try being a social media manager for brands and clients.

See: How Social Media Presence Helps You Promote Your Business

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3. Graphic designing

Some people are not comfortable in writing but are excellent in design. If you are one of them, you can try graphic design services. Start by designing a logo for yourself and your friends, collate them into your portfolio and showcase your work to your potential clients.

See: 5 Tips in Creating a Successful Logo for Your Business

4. Web designer

You know what they say, if it’s not on the internet, then it doesn’t exist. You can take advantage of this saying by creating websites for small businesses. Offer your services to them, you don’t need to be good at sales, you just have to be good at showcasing your skills.