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Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone, Success Awaits - Introvert Whisperer

Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone, Success Awaits

Success can mean a lot of things to different people. Depending on who you ask, success could be getting a good grade on a test, landing a promotion at work, or finally organizing that closet you have been avoiding for so long.   However, there’s one thing about success that is the same for everyone…

Elevator to Success: Internal Drive a Key Ingredient - Introvert Whisperer

Elevator to Success: Internal Drive a Key Ingredient

Recently I had an epiphany -drum roll, please. An internal drive to succeed is the secret sauce of a fruitful career. Personality type or education level–both factors can determine the difficulty that individuals will face when finding success, but education level or emotional make-up will not doom an individual to a fiery pit of failure….

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…

What determines success within a career? - Introvert Whisperer

What determines success within a career?

What ultimately defines career success? Despite the cliché rewards reaped of success, each individual will have their own idea of what success is and how to achieve it. Success is largely personal and what one person’s idea of success is will differ from another person’s. Success is measured through various different means such as spiritual,…

Thriving In A Brainstorming Meeting as an Introvert- Introvert Whisperer

Thriving In A Brainstorming Meeting as an Introvert

As an introvert in the workplace, nothing is more draining than meetings. I just want to sit at my desk, do my work and leave meetings to other people. Whenever I go to a meeting, even if I have nothing to say, I get called on to give my opinion.  The hardest types of meetings…

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5 Ways Women Sabotage their Communication in the Workplace

Forget the glass ceiling. The fact is: women communicate differently than men and, too often, to their own detriment. They tend to speak up less, apologize more, downplay their achievements and use less-powerful body language – all of which impact their career success. This seed is often planted in early childhood, when women learn to…

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