Last night I decided to package up some of my insights I’ve gathered in my seven and and a half years as an introverted small business person into a convenient e-book. Being a self-diagnosed Aspie, I’ve categorized most of my feelings into Jungian Archetypes with descriptive names and stories behind the names. Over the years I’ve developed many gut instincts about what to look for and what to avoid (when you’re not perceptive to people that helps tremendously). I intend to write a 20 page (approx) book, consisting largely of material that has (or will) appear here or on my other blogs. I will release it as an e-book on Amazon, and probably as a free download on the Stronico website.
Now what should I call it? At the moment I’m thinking of the following 6 choices.
The Title Choices
- Flying Car Syndrome and Other Business Maladies – Client Management for the Self-Diagnosed Aspie
- Let Them Choke Somebody Else – Client Management for the Self-Diagnosed Aspie
- Looking Up At The Balloon – Client Management for the Self-Diagnosed Aspie
- Carbon Based Units and Other Business Maladies – Client Management for the Self-Diagnosed Aspie
- Flying Cars, Teleporters and Other Business Maladies – Client Management for the Self-Diagnosed Aspie
- Client Management for the Self-Diagnosed Aspie
You may ask, what does that have to do with Stronico, the world’s first Visual Contact Manager? Directly, not much. Indirectly, lots. Stronico is designed to fix many of the problems I have remembering names, faces, and connections and the target market for Stronico is people with similar traits and problems. The book is an elaboration of many of the problems that come from those personality quirks, so this is a good (and helpful to the end user) way to establish credibility and a rapport with our target market.
Please let me know in the comments which title you think best sums up lessons learned in seven years of introverted small business experience.
This post originally appeared on the Stronico blog – with the absorption of Stronico into Digital Tool Factory this post has been moved to the Digital Tool Factory blog
|Written By Steve French