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5 tips to be more productive in office as a single mother - Introvert Whisperer

5 tips to be more productive in office as a single mother

Diapers, wipes, milk, sanitized feeders, toys, and cough syrups are probably all you think about throughout the day as a mother of an infant; and if your kids are slightly older you can add healthy food options, field trip fees, cuts and bruises, and new bicycles to that endless list. While being a parent is…

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…

how to stay productive when you are tired? - Introvert whisperer

How to stay productive when working alone

If you’re accustomed to working by yourself, without the encouragement and sociability of a group set-up, you’ll know how difficult it can be to motivate yourself to keep working when you’re already exhausted. If introverted people are generally good at organizing ourselves and getting stuff done without needing external approval, it’s only natural that there…

As We Age, Do We Get More Introverted At Work? - Introvert Whisperer

As We Age, Do We Get More Introverted At Work?

This question arises from what may be a mistaken premise. Many of the signs of an introvert could be misconstrued with “wisdom”. Signs such as enjoying time by yourself, being the last to raise your hand in a group setting, other people often asking your opinion, preferring not to engage with people who are angry…

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