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The following is a guest post submitted to me anonymously. I’m not sure a piece of writing could better turn inside-out the brain of somebody who suffers from “the impostor … Read more…

Commentary Guest author Introversion

Below is an awesome infographic regarding introverts in the position of salespeople. While I don’t typically equate introversion with shyness directly, the general social phobias are present more often than … Read more…

Guest author Introversion

Once upon a time I was a mathematician. Well, technically I still am according to that little piece of paper that cost me 80 grand. But I never had a passion for it, I just folded to the pressures that every teenager goes through. I went to college for my parents, not for myself. But one day I found myself locked in the basement, looking to turn straw into gold.

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Remember, introversion isn’t synonomous with shy.  Or socially awkward for that matter.    Simply put, it has to do with the way we receive and process information, and what we … Read more…

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By Reece from  AdventuresofReece.com

Let me ask you something. When you were a teenager, did being an introvert makes people think you were a bit strange, or did they think that you’d grow out of it?

It’s almost excused- oh, you’ll be fine. You just need to grow into an extrovert, and that’ll happen when you leave home, so don’t worry about it for now. Because we all know that’s how personalities work, they can be ‘fixed’ over time. Except that yours doesn’t need fixing because there’s absolutely nothing wrong with it.

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Jack tilted his head to one side, depositing it into the cradle that was his right palm held aloft by an elbow on the table. This was his de facto … Read more…

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Ch.1 Red

Mary knelt down, running her hand through the desert sand. It sifted through her fingers, trickling back down, appearing unaltered. It was hot and dry, an extreme contrast to the humid east coast of America. Her skin burned red in the air, as if in an oven. The city itself was no different than any American city, however. Stone and glass buildings with shops stood as far as the eye could see. She leaned against a stone shop and pretended to watch a television playing inside.

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By Helina Ylisirnio (aka Hot Potatoe) A blog about introverts – every Finnish readers dream! I mean, we are a nation of introverts! And proud of it! The joke says it … Read more…

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