Introvert: Are Your Tendencies or You in Charge?

Are you guilty of using your introversion as your Achilles heel or an excuse for not doing something?

Most recently I published a post on LinkedIn about why we might be better off not knowing we are more introverted.

Then my thinking continued to how to use what we know to be true of us to create our reality.

Stated another way, people tend to create their outer world because it’s how thoughts and feelings bounce around inside of them.

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5 Top Weekly Blog posts, week 7, from #Introvert Inspirer

Once a week I post some of my favorite blog posts. In the spirit of what we have in common as different personality types I am confident even if you are more extroverted, that some of this week’s posts will be of interest to you.

Social media and trust.

SEO with Google and Twitter.

Living minimally – wow is this inspiring.

Managing the feeling of overwhelm.

Gratitude – if you already practice daily gratitude like I do, this will reinforce the habit. If you have not yet, the proof is waiting for you now.

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Managing a Conference the #Introvert Way

It’s been a number of years since I attended a conference. Because I love connecting in-person with people I meet online it was exciting to learn from Jacqueline Gum about the PubSense Summit(TM).

Authors.

Publishers.

Agents.

Distribution.

Industry leaders all in one place from March 22 to March 24.

Managing a conference the #introvert way.

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5 Top Weekly Blog posts, week 5, from #Introvert Inspirer

This is week five of my favorite blog posts from the week. My aim is to share what I found highly useful, and what might most interest you based on what I presume we have some common interest.

From whatever I read in the blogosphere I mostly look for:

  • inspiration,
  • new ideas (for me) and
  • business,
  • spirituality,
  • health and fitness, and
  • psychology.

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How To Reduce Your Health Risk with Sitting Disease

Who would know synchronicity would play into my blogging about sitting disease to the point that I am now considering a standing desk!

The short story about me now researching the right standing desk comes from a circuitous route from my annual physical exam and then, over to my chiropractor.

It turns out my back is now in another stage of degenerative back disease. In my evaluation this is not a mind-body cure. I could be wrong about this. My chiropractor said if standing more as my plan one is, doesn’t get more relief, he highly recommends, you guessed it – a standing desk. So if you are one with neck or back problems this last post in this series could provide you some ideas.

How To Reduce Your Health Risk with Sitting Disease

We sit to work, are at our computers, maybe gather around with family and friends at the kitchen table, or our living room sofa. Some estimates are that on average we spend a whopping half of our day, half of it, sitting.[Continue Reading…]