Who are you and how do you stretch your happiness? #Introverts #Shy #ComfortZone #NoRegrets #BeyondIntroversion #IntrovertQuiz #Quiz While many introverts are shy (myself included), shyness and introversion are two different things. Introversion is a genetic gift. We are born with those personality traits. Shyness is not genetic, but a social condition. This is not about "becoming an extrovert" or pushing yourself to an unhappy place. This is about expanding your comfort
Embracing her introversion has empowered her innovation #LearnPlayGrowConsulting #Introvert #Introversion #Innovation #BeyondIntroversion Embracing introversion can fuel innovation. Understanding introversion has helped me build on my strengths, reframe my challenges, and cultivate opportunity. My personal journey of honoring introversion has empowered my professional innovation. Empowering others is my love language. I'm so excited to introduce Rebecca Weiner, this week's g
Busting the Word Choice Challenge #Introvert #Bold #WordsCount #Language #InSearchofCourage #BeyondIntroversion So I'm writing my next book, an as-yet-untitled leadership book for introverts. My intention is to make it a very relatable book. I want to tap into my 30 years in corporate America to provide impactful tips to readers. I am working with an awesome writing coach. His first advice was to write "colloquially." So my first task was to look up the word "colloquial."