6 Tips For Introverts Who Have To Travel for Work - Introvert Whisperer

6 Tips For Introverts Who Have To Travel for Work

People land in different jobs for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes they take a job because it’s something they’re passionate about and will allow them to get paid to do something they love. Other times, people accept a job because they need something that will pay the bills. It’s not always about doing something you…

How to Identify Stressors at Work and Learn How to Manage Them

How to Identify Stressors at Work and Learn How to Manage Them

Stress has increasingly become a part of work life of employees irrespective of their hierarchical position in a company. Whilst limited amount of stress can act as a motivator and create challenges to complete work within a specified time frame but excessive workplace stress can have devastating ramifications.   Did you know that about 47%…

Rethink Relationships - Introvert Whisperer

Rethink Relationships

I don’t know about you, but I’ve never been what I would call a “high social need” person.  I suppose some of that comes from the Introvert part of my personality.  It doesn’t mean I don’t need social contact; it’s just not the first thing that drives me throughout the day – or life.  …

Soft Skills Every Introvert Needs to Master - Introvert Whisperer

Soft Skills Every Introvert Needs to Master

We as introvert often consider the fact that maybe it is too late for us to make a change in ourselves. Instead of harboring such unproductive thoughts, we need a positive frame of mind about practicing and perfecting new soft skills.     Communication can sometimes become repetitive and redundant. You have to find ways…

4 Reasons for Pursuing an Online Degree for Career Advancement - Introvert Whisperer

4 Reasons for Pursuing an Online Degree for Career Advancement

Professional development has become increasingly important in today’s highly competitive job market. In order to be considered for promotions and better jobs, candidates must demonstrate the willingness to sharpen their skillset. The most common method of advancing your career is to get a degree. Whether that is a bachelor’s degree to become a full-time associate…


  • Testimonial

    Hello Dorothy,

    I am truly intrigued by all of your articles. When I have a issue or question I need answers to I can go directly to one of your articles. To get the answer I need to help me improve as a employee, leader and person.

    Thank you for being who you say you are!

    Best regards,

    Johquet
  • Pin It on Pinterest