Everyday sayings, Top 10 Chicken Quotations Disguised as One Introverts Humor, about chickens, can give a person pause to think about how one of God’s little creatures could be so prevalent in our daily lives. It just seemed like an interesting comparison. If you’re more of an introvert and ever find yourself feeling “chicken” in any way, consider some chicken quotations to … [Read more...] about Top 10 Chicken Quotations Disguised as One Introverts Humor
Some history claims that the first happy hour was in a local pub in Ireland. Others attribute that this before dinner reduced price drinks event started in the 1920’s as the Navy’s slang for its on-ship entertainment. Regardless what happens, introverts and extroverts would design a Happy Hour quite differently. A question about the happy hour event becomes: … [Read more...] about Can Introvert and Shy Salespeople Find Happy Hour Bliss?
Do you label people? How does that work for you? How do you think labeling ourselves as introvert or extrovert affects us? I've grown up with "label with caution." Even when I facilitate a workshop, I ask people to place a tent card with their name on it, so I don't acknowledge them with a, "Hey you" label. Oh dear, but aren't names labels? If they are, is there anything … [Read more...] about Labels serve a purpose but are they any good? #introverts
Either click on the photo above or click here for a better, full panaroma 360 view. Created from 360iPhone app. So cool! This week was a highly extroverting week with three in-person networking events. When launching a new company which has local and international appeal, marketing on a small budget must include networking. Networking online, networking in-person. But what to … [Read more...] about Why Networking Doesn't Have To Be Your Nightmare As An Introvert
Do you ever beat yourself up as being abnormal? On my Monday ritual of 30 minutes of letting go this morning, I realized that we all, introvert and extrovert alike, may have tendencies of self-doubt, but it’s in letting those doubts go, rather than holding on to them, that we can help ourselves in business and personal relationships. This morning’s “aha,” was a perfect one as I … [Read more...] about Free Coffee, No Alarm Clock and a Less Stress House Guest Plan for Introverts
As an introvert I am comfortable being with me, just me. If the expression "one is company and two is a crowd" rings true for you, imagine what a dilemma if you have to live with two extroverts for a long period of time? Rather than die, I’ve just decided to finally put the introvert in me on notice. If you are an introvert (this is really not about being shy) and you’ve found … [Read more...] about How Not to Die: Putting the Introvert in You on Notice