Nick Shelton Helps Introverts Navigate Social Situations with New Book and Coaching Technique

Whether people admit it or not, the world seems to be built by and for extroverts. In between the pages, introverts strive to fit in and create their own community or perhaps try to enter into extroverts’ orbits. But best-selling author, speaker, and coach Nick Shelton believes that “introverts are not extroverts and should not have to behave like them in order to get ahead.”

Nick Shelton is renowned for his hit book entitled An Introvert’s Guide to World Domination. In addition to being an author, he is also recognized for helping introverted career professionals navigate the extrovert-driven world through his engaging talks and coaching. Nick has been working on his craft for over 20 years and has been continually fine-tuning his skills to serve his clients better.

As an introverted entrepreneur himself, Nick Shelton relates to his clients at a deep level. “ I was also shy and socially awkward. I had dreams and aspirations and no clue as to how to get ahead because I felt handicapped by my social ineptness,” confessed Nick. For years, he had to adjust and learn how to make the most out of social situations. It was not an easy feat, but eventually, Nick formed a strong, international network of friends, colleagues, and associates who have helped him boost his lifestyle and entrepreneurial opportunities.

His newfound voice encouraged him to build his brand called The Connected Introvert. Additionally, the community Nick Shelton formed helps him foster other introverts who aim to upgrade their lifestyles. “Most other programs are either not designed specifically with the needs of introverts in mind or if they are, they start somewhere in the middle instead of the beginning,” said Nick. 

Nick Shelton implores an intuitive process that does not require his clients a lot of memorization. The techniques are easy-to-follow, practical, tangible, and natural for an introvert. Furthermore, knowing how they feel, Nick does not want any of his clients to compromise themselves or their energy by trying to be what they’re not. Instead, the coach encourages them to embrace their nature and turn it into a strength. 

“Our audience wants to step out of the shadows and be heard, seen, known, and respected but they don’t know how to go about doing that while still being true to their introverted nature,” said Nick Shelton. Over the years, the coach has catered to clients who are driven for success but do not necessarily know how to work their way around the opportunities they have. And so, Nick and his team equip them to feel at ease at social functions and appear calm and confident in any situation. 

Nick Shelton prides himself on teaching what introverts deserve to know and not limiting them to expanding their knowledge by theories alone. “There is a saying, ‘You are the sum of the five people you spend the most time around,’” shared Nick. In turn, he dedicated his book, An Introvert’s Guide to World Domination, to help readers find the right five people and for them to become high achievers. 

The author is a veteran of the United States Air Force and believes that his training allowed him to break down complicated practices into simple steps. The discipline Nick Shelton obtained from the Air Force, combined with extensive research and his 15 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, turned him into the man he is today. Without a doubt, Nick will help more introverts across the country in reaching their maximum potential and optimum growth.

Learn more about Nick Shelton on his website.

Christian Strauss

Christian Strauss is the Executive Editor at The Chicago Journal. He has proven proficiency in applying analytics to content strategy. He understands the present competition of every industry and makes effective content for a business/brand to take over.

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