About Kelly
Kelly Vanhoveln coaching

Marketing & social media strategy for introverts.

Growing your business doesn’t mean acting like an extrovert. It is TOTALLY possible to do it in a way that feels aligned with your personality, that honors your energy, & that allows you the luxury of rest & relaxation.

You’ve been in the online space for a while now, and it seems like every successful coach you see is an extrovert who loves the spotlight, while you’re hiding in the shadows, still trying to figure out what the heck to do to move the needle in your business, and probably overthinking every decision along the way. 



But here’s the thing: Many of those “extrovert” coaches are introverts who have simply learned to embrace their introvert superpowers to grow their business in a way that plays to their strengths and allows them to show up as their best selves.



You’re still struggling because you think you can’t be successful in the online world as an introvert.



➡️ Maybe your extroverted coach taught you how to get clients in ways that felt slimy and gross and you vowed you’d never do that again.



➡️ Maybe you bought into the hustle and grind mentality and wore yourself out.



➡️ Maybe you’re just overthinking and keeping yourself from moving forward.



I’m here to tell you that introversion isn’t a handicap – it’s just a way of existing in the world.



And rather than acting extroverted, pushing yourself to burnout, and giving up on your business, you need to embrace your introvert superpowers and put them to work for you.

If you are an introvert, highly-sensitive, or shy person who is working toward having a wildly profitable business AND a fulfilling personal life, you’ve come to the right place. 

I can help you grow your business in a way that feels perfectly aligned with your personality.


But, first things first: Being an introverted entrepreneur requires balance:

– pushing your edges AND respecting your own limits

– showing up consistently AND giving yourself grace

– doing the work AND taking rest


Push too hard and you’ll burn out.

Don’t push enough and you’ll stay stuck.

Walking that fine line between the two is tough, especially if you try to wing it.


What you need is a plan – a customized, aligned plan, built around YOUR strengths to meet YOUR goals – so that you can show up as your best self, bring in clients and grow your business, while still being true to your introvert nature.


Ready to finally achieve balance? Let’s do it.

kelly vanhoveln marketing coach for introverts

introversion is not a defect to overcome. it is a personality to embrace. you don't need to act like an extrovert to get clients and grow your business.