Beating Burnout Before It Burns Your Career - Introvert Whisperer

Beating Burnout Before It Burns Your Career

It’s a high-speed, ninety-five in a nine to five kind of life. Burnout feels like a hidden evil in your benefits package, but it’s something everyone’s come to expect and accept as “just part of the job.” If you’re experiencing burnout, you’ll notice that deadlines stretch out and never seem to end. You may feel…

Starting a Conversation-Introvert Whisperer

5 Tactics for Starting a Conversation with a Stranger

There is a hierarchy of cringe-worthy activities and high on the list is networking.  If you peel back networking, there are few things worse for many people (like my fellow socially reluctant) than approaching and speaking with a stranger.   The problem you face is the fact that you have little or no “frame of…

4 Warning Signs that You’re Avoiding the Hard Stuff - Introvert Whisperer

4 Warning Signs that You’re Avoiding the Hard Stuff

You aren’t alone as an introvert and leader when it comes to avoiding the hard things our professional life imposes on us.  It just seems that way some times.  You look around you and see all kinds of people getting around at parties, making sales calls or carrying the conversation in a business meeting.  It…


Workplace Motivation & Success

  Having motivation within the workforce is a must if you want your business to be successful. Motivating your employees can be tricky and employee motivation has always been a central problem for leaders and managers. Motivation is driven, so employees will always need something to boost their motivation when they start to lose sight…


Fear Of Changing Careers: Get Over It

  Daily almost 60% of all workers get up and go to a job they hate.  I think this tells the story about the collective avoidance most of us are doing around this issue.  It’s not an economy issue; this problem existed before the downturn.  The economy makes a good excuse for doing nothing.  …

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