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13 Low-Cost Business Ideas for Introverts

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If you’re an introvert who would like to start a business, then rest assured that our 13 low-cost business ideas for introverts will inspire you to do achieve that.

Do you prefer listening to speaking? Would you rather stay home and read a thought-provoking book or chat online instead of going out and partying all night? So you’re an introvert, so what? There is absolutely nothing extraordinary about that, and in fact, there are so many people like you. According to the author of the book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, at least one-third of Americans are introverts.

The gap between introverts and extroverts is pretty big and obvious but that still doesn’t mean that one is more normal than the other. According to Forbes, while extroverts feel lonely when they are not surrounded by people, introverts feel completely comfortable not interacting with someone. The article also states that introverts are more creative and perform better than extroverts, but this statement must not be taken as a fact since in the end, we’re all different and statistics cannot define us. But we must admit that many great minds were in fact introverts, for example, Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton.

13 Low-Cost Business Ideas For Introverts

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An intriguing fact about introverts and extroverts that Forbes wrote about is certainly the belief that more people are introverts than they care to admit. In fact, it says that a significant number of people pretend to be extroverted but are in fact yearning to go home and be alone. Of course, wanting to go home, take a bath and enjoy completely alone is not exclusive to introverts. We all feel the need to distance ourselves from people sometimes, and we long for a few moments for ourselves at the end of a tiresome day. Being surrounded by people and interacting with them constantly can be overwhelming. But if you feel that way all the time, then you just might be an introvert.

Sadly, many people are stuck with jobs they dislike and being an introvert whose job is customer service can be too challenging to bear. The best solution for you would definitely be starting your own business but there is the factor of capital, finding the correct ideas, and being brave enough to give it a shot and risk despite the odds. For many people, money is the greatest obstacle and the reason why they’re still stuck at their dull jobs, but the good news is that there are plenty of business opportunities that don’t require huge amounts of money. And yet these ideas can be quite profitable even though you did not invest a lot of money in them. To check out some other profitable ideas, take a look at our list of Most Profitable eBay Business Ideas.

Just like we said, you don’t need to spend huge amounts of money in order to start a business and to prove that, we visited many websites that tackled this issue. Visiting Changing Course and Small Business Trends, we realized actually how easy it is to start a business. Many of the ideas we included in our list are small, online businesses that you can run from home and thus be alone without having to interact with people personally. We selected low-cost business where there is little communication or it is usually done via email so there’s no need to stress about it. We present to you the 13 low-cost business ideas for introverts.

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