I’ve often wondered how one goes about becoming an extrovert, or if it’s even possible to change from an introvert to an extrovert. And the reason I wonder this is that I’m very much an introvert.
I can work all day at home and not get lonely. That being said, I do enjoy the company of my friends when I get a chance to chat with them. But it’s really hard to make new friends – and to network at a job fair or party – forget it!
I have to say that I’m better than I used to be – I’ve possibly worked my way up to a shy extrovert – if there is even such a thing! My husband is a complete extrovert so over the years I’ve watched him as he merely walks up to people and starts to talk to them. I’ve always marveled at how complete strangers will end up telling him their entire life’s story as they chat away.
He does well at work too because he’s not afraid to stand up for himself. He doesn’t (really) care if people like him or not; he speaks his mind and if he gets in trouble, he deals with it then. But he rarely gets in trouble and in fact is known as the best problem solver in his department! And while I also rarely get in trouble, I’m known as an excellent worker, but only to those who know me well.
But I’ve been practicing like I said. It’s possibly a little easier for me because I have someone to watch and emulate; but I used to doubt that Id ever be the life of the party – you know, that person people gather around, listen to and laugh with. They even seek them out when they get to the place. Everyone wants their attention and when they speak – people listen!
Becoming an extrovert requires that you address some fears and figure out why you are such an introvert – or maybe a shy extrovert ;-).
But now I can seriously tell you that you CAN become the most confident person in the room with a little help. You just need to do a little mental re-programming.
You see, the reason you’re shy and introverted isn’t because you’re any less social, humorous, intelligent or charismatic than others. Many confident people aren’t smart or charismatic at all… they just don’t fear what other people think of them.
It all happened when you were a kid and were conditioned to keep your mouth shut (ever been told by your parents not to talk to strangers?). You were ordered to obey authority figures like parents, teachers, and adults. As a grown-up, this “learned” behavior is like a knife to your confidence. But it’s no longer relevant to your life and it’s time to shake it off and start becoming an extrovert!
The good news is, you can completely *reverse* the conditioning that’s no longer valuable in your adult life… in just minutes. It’s quick, effortless, requires zero practice, and works even if you don’t think it will. You just need access to a powerful hypnosis CD that targets your negative ego and re-programs your mind to immediately enjoy greater confidence.
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