About the Introvert

Introverts are the most creative people you will ever meet.
— roniece wright of theintrocreative.com

I've always been an introvert and I've always been extremely creative.

Creating content has always been my forté. I started my first blog around 10th grade.

I turned my blog into a business around my freshman year in college. I wrote and self-published my first book in 2014. and I self-published my second book 6 months later. 

When stepping into the creative online space, my introversion hindered me in so many ways and I started to get extremely discouraged.

I was always terrified to show my face on my website and connect with others online, and integrate video into my business. 

I, too, often felt the pressure of trying to mold myself into an extrovert for the online space. After realizing how exhausting that made me, I tried another way. 

I started to USE my introversion to work for my business. Sure enough, that's when my business completely changed for the better.

In day-to-day life, I like my alone time.

It's about my audience - not me. I take myself, my pride, and my insecurities out of the equation to dedicate myself to the people I serve.


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INFJs [Introverts] tend to see helping others as their purpose in life, but while people with this personality type can be found engaging in rescue efforts and doing charity work, their real passion is to get to the heart of the issue so that people need not be rescued at all.
— 16Personalities.com

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