How to Thrive on Social Media as an Introvert

Do you consider yourself an introvert? Some may think this would hinder your ability to be successful on social media but you can thrive on social media as an introvert. 

Usually it begins with people not wanting to show themselves on social media or be on camera themselves. This is common, but it is something that you can work through.

Something that is important to remember about social media is that it is not about you. It is about your followers. 

Instead of worrying about how you may appear on camera, recognize how important what you have to share is for your audience. 

You have information that they need to hear, so don’t let your fear hold you back from sharing it. 

It is important that you are your biggest cheerleader. Nobody is going to believe in you and what you offer more than yourself. 

Do not be afraid to share success stories and the reviews from your happy patients. This is what people want to see. This will help build trust and make people see themselves as your patients in the future. 

People will get excited and start celebrating your wins with you. 

It also comes down to the simple idea that the more you do it, the more comfortable you will get. 

You have to put yourself out there. 

In my course, Grow with the Gram we have a whole lesson on how to help get over the nerves of being on video. If you are not a member yet, I encourage you to just get started.

Set a goal of showing up on social media every day for two weeks. By the end of that time you will feel totally different about it.

It doesn’t matter if you are introverted, you can be successful on social media. 

Remember your goal, to serve your followers and your ideal patient. When you focus on that and not yourself, it becomes easier and you will be successful. 

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