Adaptability

5 Misconceptions About Introverts - Introvert Whisperer

5 Misconceptions About Introverts

If you are somebody who is not naturally very outspoken or conversational in a group and who focuses more inwardly on your thoughts, you will know how easy it can be for outgoing colleagues to make assumptions about you as a person. Unfortunately, these can often be negative. This can be half the issue for…

YOU are Capable of Greatness - Introvert Whisperer

YOU are Capable of Greatness

  I used to manage a 1000 person organization. Since that time, I’ve coached hundreds of people and spoke to hundreds more – not to mention x more people I encounter along my daily path.  It doesn’t matter who they are but one thing is true for the majority of people I meet.   Here…

Change Is Not a Four-Letter Word - Introvert Whisperer

Change Is Not a Four-Letter Word

Don’t you just love your habits? You must love them, because they are a big part of who you are, right? You have a habit of twisting your hair, sniffing, or eating when you’re tense. You do it without thinking about it, and that’s the great thing about a habit. It’s the robot part of…

Introvert Whisperer

Expert Interview Series: Dorothy Tannahill-Moran of Introvert Whisperer About Landing Entry Level Jobs, Getting Promoted, and Achieving Business Success as an Introvert

Dorothy Tannahill-Moran is a coach, speaker, and author who is dedicated to getting you promoted to the next level – fast. We had a chance to chat with the “introvert whisperer” about what it means to be an introvert and what introverts must do in order to succeed professionally in an extrovert-centered world.   Tell…

2 Quick Tips to Figure Out a New Career - Introvert Whisperer

6 Daily Work Habits to Make You Feel More Confident

Are you one of those people who stay in their cubicle at work all day? Would you rather be surrounded by plants than people? Do those introductory meet-and-greets where you have to say a few things about yourself to a large group make you blush and cringe with embarrassment? It’s one thing to like being…

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