Chris Do is a self-proclaimed “loud introvert” with a big mission: teaching one billion people how to make a living doing what they love. In this episode of The Introvert’s Edge podcast, Chris shares some counterintuitive but brilliant strategies for knowing and articulating your value to prospects, taking responsibility for your own fulfillment, and honing your introvert’s edge.
- How being a first-generation immigrant impacted Chris’s introversion
- What does it mean to be a “loud introvert”?
- The biggest barriers introverts face in articulating value and setting prices
- The questions you should really be asking a prospect
- Why everything comes down to “please” and “thank you”
- The trick to remaining neutral and even-keel in any situation
- What the word “just” actually means, and what to do about it
- The give-get principle of negotiation
Chris Do is an Emmy award-winning designer, director, author of Pocket Full of Do, CEO and Chief Strategist of Blind, and the founder of online education platform The Futur. He has given talks and conducted workshops on sales, negotiations, value-based pricing, mindset, branding, graphic and motion design, social media marketing, entrepreneurship, business management, and client relations.
Resources Mentioned in the Show:
- Chris’s YouTube channel
- Chris’s Instagram
- Nonviolent Communication, by Marshall B Rosenberg, PhD
- The Quietly Influential Summit