You Do Grieve When You Lose a Job

I’ll put it to you straight.  Getting laid off or fired hurts.  A lot.  It hurts even if you didn’t like the job or...

I Stuffed Down My Introversion Because It Was a Spiritual ‘Failing’

As a child, I made friends fairly easily, but I also thrived on alone time. I could hole away in my bedroom or in...

Useful Tips That Can Help introverts to score a promotion

Fear of anything affects your progress. If you think you are an introvert and want a good move in your career, you need to...

5 Relatable Struggles of a Female INTP

Growing up as an INTP female, I always felt like, well, a freak. I never seemed to fit in with the other girls. In...

6 Things Millennial Introverts Should Know About Job Hunting

null Job hunting can be a journey, especially when you’re the introverted type. However, it doesn’t have to be a struggle — all it takes...

INFJ: What to Do When Your Emotions Overflow

I’ve always felt deeply for other people. When someone gets hurt, whether physically or emotionally, I feel that pain as if I’m the one...

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How to Survive (and Thrive) as an Introverted Teacher

Whether you teach the same 30 or so elementary school students all day, or you have 175 teenagers walk in and out of your...

Have You Ever Felt That You’re in the Wrong Place in...

Todd Rose, director of Harvard’s Mind, Brain, and Education program, and computational neuroscientist Ogi Ogas cast a broad net when they set out to...

Ep166: Jennifer Kahnweiler and The Introverted Leader

Ep166: Jennifer KahnweilerMeet Jennifer Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, PhD, Certified Speaking Professional, is an author and global speaker hailed as a “champion for introverts.” Her bestselling...

How to Stand Out at Your First Job, the Introvert Way

The value of the more soft-spoken members of the C-suite is becoming widely recognized and – based on the results these leaders have quietly...

How to Shape a Life of Money and Meaning

“Money does buy more happiness when spent wisely, especially when directed toward experiences, others, and time.”- Brian Portnoy a behavioral finance expert says this....

This is How Often Team Leaders Should Meet With Team Members

If you study the best team leaders, you’ll discover that many of them share a sense-making ritual.  It’s called a check-in, and in simple...

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5 Relatable Struggles of a Female INTP

Growing up as an INTP female, I always felt like, well, a freak. I never seemed to fit in with the other girls. In...

6 Things Millennial Introverts Should Know About Job Hunting

null Job hunting can be a journey, especially when you’re the introverted type. However, it doesn’t have to be a struggle — all it takes...

INFJ: What to Do When Your Emotions Overflow

I’ve always felt deeply for other people. When someone gets hurt, whether physically or emotionally, I feel that pain as if I’m the one...

An Introvert’s Guide to Accepting a Leadership Role

So you’ve just accepted a new leadership role and you’re naturally nervous (as well as excited) about the new position. Well, don’t worry because...

How Introverts Can Take Big Leaps (Even When It’s Scary)

My grandfather was a colorful, engaging man, brimming with stories and “-isms” that always left his audience spellbound — which delighted him to no...

The Introvert Hangover Is Awful

Let me share with you a little bit about the unique “hangover” I am experiencing this morning. My husband and I had a small...