Tag: Introverts

Be Assertive as an Introvert

7 Ways to Be Assertive as an Introvert

Assertiveness can make a big difference in your communication skills. Being assertive can also help increase self-esteem, improve your workplace relations, and help reduce stress by allowing you to say no more confidently. As introverts, we can be at a disadvantage when it comes to practicing assertive behaviors. We, generally, spend less time interacting with […]

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An Introvert’s Guide to Self Care

An Introvert’s Guide To Self Care

An Introvert’s Guide To Self Care The stresses of life are real. Work, school, kids, or any number of other stressors can be a plague on your emotional an physical well being. Because many introverts are uncomfortable with large groups of people, or simply people they don’t know, some of the more common places we […]

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Working Alone

Where to Work When You Hate People

I have two jobs. This blog, and an 8-5 full-time position. My 8-5 is not perfect, it involves a cubicle and a more micro-management than I like, but as far as office jobs go – it’s not awful. I managed to land a job with a small company, with few coworkers, and they mostly share […]

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Misconceptions about Introverts

7 Misconceptions about Introverts

I recently had my coworkers take the 16personalities.com personality test. One of the more popular variations on the Myers-Briggs type indicator. As it turns out, we’re an office full of introverts. (Which works out okay, as there are only 4 of us.) I am an INTP – Introverted-Intuitive-Thinking-Prospecting. The types are fairly accurate in my […]

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