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The Pitfalls of Being a Wallflower in the Office - Introvert Whisperer

The Pitfalls of Being a Wallflower in the Office

Being introverted may be a bad thing at a party, but being a wallflower on the job actually comes with advantages. If you work with open-minded people, they will see you as a hard worker, a good listener, a conscientious and dependable employee, even as a calming and professional influence. Wallflowers have a wonderful universe…

Take the initiative, be enthusiastic and be proactive - Introvert Whisperer

8 Best Tips to Rock Your First Day of Work

Now that you’ve landed on your new career, it’s time to imprint a great first impression. It’s essential that you nail your first day like how you did in your job search. The real work begins now. Hence, embrace the change. One of your goals on your first day of work is to impress your…

Don’t Give Up on Others; Find a New Perspective - Introvert Whisperer

Don’t Give Up on Others; Find a New Perspective

When you look around you, you’ll notice that people are kind of fast at giving up on each other. When that happens, I think you need to step away and gain a different perspective for solving problems with other people.   We all have different personalities, quirks, and dysfunction but at the end of the…

4 Ways Introverts And Extroverts Can Work Together! - Introvert Whisperer

4 Ways Introverts And Extroverts Can Work Together!

  Introverts and extroverts are like poles apart. This is a particularly serious concern within a workplace where all kinds of people have to coexist and work together. Introverts don’t like to socialize and prefer their own company. On the other hand, extroverts are the opposite as they like interacting with people and want their…

How owning your mistakes can help encourage trust - Introvert Whisperer

How owning your mistakes can help encourage trust

Giving and taking feedback is never easy, particularly if you are accustomed to working on your own and solving problems by yourself. But even if you’ve risen to a role of greater autonomy in your company, there is a place for group discussion and feedback both positive and negative. For an introvert, the trick is…

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