We believe that introverts would probably stumble or mumble during their presentation, look down at their feet or at their notes, and be extremely uncomfortable the entire time.
I've worked with both extroverts and introverts and from experience, I have to say that introverts become better speakers than extroverts.
They are willing to put in the work! They develop storytelling skills, build a talk that moves the audience from one idea to the next seamlessly, makes sure that their "call-to-action" is the next logical choice, and creates rapport IN SPITE OF BEING SHY!
In other words, they become a student of speaking to audiences and learning the skills, and processes, necessary to convert audience members into new clients or customers. They become SITUATIONAL EXTROVERTS!
On the other hand, many extroverts won't do the work necessary to build a talk that is intentional, deliberate, and strategic. They fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants. As a result, they aren't able to produce predictable results each time. When something does work really well, there is no way to track it so the chances of repeating whatever it is that work is dismal, at best. When it doesn't work, they tend to be frustrated with the audience rather than their method or talk.
Learning how to speak to groups that is engaging and helps them find solutions to the problems they face isn't magic or luck. Create and hone a "signature" talk that gets results and you'll find that over time, one talk can generate thousands, or even hundreds of thousands, of dollars in sales over its lifetime.
Speaking to groups filled with your ideal prospects can be the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to grow your business!