An NYSE exec who’s interviewed hundreds of business leaders says you don’t have to be an extrovert to be a successful entrepreneur
|02/13/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- You don’t have to be extroverted to become a successful entrepreneur.
- Betty Liu, an entrepreneur and the executive vice chairman at the New York Stock Exchange, said despite her reputation as an expert networker, she considers herself introverted.
- Many top leaders, including Bill Gates and Barack Obama, have also been described as introverted.
In the business world, introverts seem to have the deck stacked against them.
Research has shown that extroverts are 25% more likely than introverts to land high-paying jobs, and more than 60% of the executives polled in Harvard Business Review survey said they viewed introversion as a barrier read more >>>