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What Introverts can learn from Extraverts: Say “Yes!” (Lesson 4)

Today, we begin the fourth lesson that introverts can learn from extraverts. In the last sessions, we learned the importance of small talk, the ability to take risks and how to be comfortable in crowds. Extraverts have mastered these skills. Introverts have not. Yes, introverts do have other skills that extraverts can learn (like how […]

What Introverts can learn from Extraverts: Lesson 3

Welcome to Part 3 in the great and ground-breaking series on lessons and skills that introverts can learn from extraverts. In the past sessions, we have learned that the fine art of small talk is an essential skill that introverts must learn, even master, for personal and professional success. Then we discussed the importance of […]

What Introverts can learn from Extraverts: Lesson #2

Welcome to the second part of this all-important series on lessons and skills that introverts can learn from extraverts. Yesterday we learned the importance of engaging in small talk. This is a very important lesson for introverts because they have a natural aversion for talking to strangers about “superficial” topics. But small talk is an […]

What Introverts can learn from Extraverts: The 5-Part Series

Introverts often feel unfairly judged by the Extravert world. They complain of being dismissed as weird or antisocial. Often introverts feel this unfair (and untrue) characterization for the sole reason of feeling comfortable in (and even preferring) our own company. Moreover, introverts don’t ram ourselves down other people’s throats or go on a never-ending search […]

The Power of Gratitude: Advice from a Great Roman Philosopher

“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues but the parent of all others.” ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero November is the month to celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States. Historically, it was a time to celebrate and give thanks for the bountiful harvest of the season and to share this abundance with friends and family. […]

ITTT: The Joy and Power of Consequences

Recognize this abbreviation? It has become immensely popular in these high-tech days. Yet it represents an age-old philosophy. Let’s back up for a moment. For those who are not familiar with this modern abbreviation, ITTT means literally, “If This Then That”. And yes it is a philosophy, a belief, an idea that has existed (probably) […]