Mary had been an introvert her entire life. She preferred solitude over crowds, and time spent connecting with her inner self to social events like get-togethers or meet-ups. So when she started researching side hustles and stumbled upon the idea of starting a business online, she was intrigued.She felt a little overwhelmed at first because she wasn’t entirely sure how to go about starting and running a business, but the possibilities seemed endless. Eventually, she settled on what type of business she wanted to start: a remote online business that didn’t require face-to-face interaction.She had to do a lot of research to figure out the best way to do that, but in the end, she decided to focus on a few key areas. First, she looked into freelance writing jobs and began taking on clients as a copywriter. Not only did this require minimal face-to-face contact, it also allowed her to work from home.She also decided to build a website and blog, as a way to promote her brand and services. Finally, she began offering online courses on topics related to her field – such as how to write effective copy or how to market yourself as a freelancer.Once she had a business plan in place and was able to establish her services as a remote online business, Mary was able to start her side business. To her amazement, it began to take off fairly quickly and she soon had a steady stream of clients coming in.Her introversion had actually ended up being an asset in this case; her ability to work from home and avoid large groups and noisy places meant that she was able to focus on the task at hand and get her business off the ground in record time.Mary was thrilled with the results of her side hustle, and the passive income allowed her to finally live the life she had wanted for so long: a life in which her introversion wasn’t a weakness, but a strength.