The Skills of an Introvert: Thirst for learning leads to travels & writing #JacquelineJeynes #Introverts #Writing #NonfictionAuthorsAssociation #BeyondIntroversion Life-Changing Moment Were you born an introvert or developed to become one? Interesting, and no doubt someone has done a study somewhere. As a little girl, my hobbies could be associated with being an introvert - sketching, sewing, crafts, jigsaw puzzles, all solitary activities - but I didn't connect them with a
Over 50 inspirational books, podcasts, and services for introverts, writers, and avid readers #Introverts #Resources #PersonalDevelopment #SelfHelp #Memoirs #Writing #IndiePublishing #BeyondIntroversion On this Labor Day week, I want to recognize so many people that have contributed to my labor of love! My writing started out as a period of self-discovery. But my greatest treat has been the opportunity to connect with such amazing people, including other introverts around th
Times like these, we could all use some extra help #Introverts #TherapyWorks #BeyondIntroversion Like everyone else, my family and I are dealing with the mental health aspects of COVID-19. When will this be over? Can we all stay safe? What would it be like if one of us were in the hospital alone? Will life return to normal? Will our schools and work be there whenever this is over? All very scary thoughts. I don't have any of the answers, but thankfully, I am not alone.
Reasons you should share and how to do it #Introverts #IntrovertatWork #RoleModel #BeyondIntroversion #IntrovertQuiz #Quiz Big exhale! It was finally my Retirement Party! Thirty years in corporate America. I spent 30 years in a dozen jobs at one company. I worked with hundreds of people along the way, and each team was represented at my 2018 Retirement Party. Many rose to toast our shared experiences and finally it was my turn. I raised two surprising facts: First, a surp