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4 Strategies Introverts Can Use to Get the Most Out of Groups

4 Strategies Introverts Can Use to Get the Most Out of Groups

Do you feel more comfortable in one-on-one conversations than in a group? Because of the way our brains are wired, introverts are often at our best when we can focus deeply on one person at a time. But that isn't always possible. So whether you're getting together...

Introvert, Can You Be a Great Leader? Heck, Yeah, You Can!

Introvert, Can You Be a Great Leader? Heck, Yeah, You Can!

Have you ever wondered if you can be an effective leader as an introvert? I have—and I pushed myself into burnout trying to be an extrovert because of it. But it turns out introverts make great leaders (sometimes even better than extroverts—shh, it's our little...

5 Strategies to Help You Survive Social Media as an Introvert

5 Strategies to Help You Survive Social Media as an Introvert

Introverts often tell me, “Social media is overwhelming.” I get it—not only because I feel the same way but also because I’ve studied how we’re wired as introverts. Social media is intentionally designed to release hits of dopamine, a feel-good neurotransmitter that...

6 Simple Ways to Make Your Home or Work Space Introvert-Friendly

6 Simple Ways to Make Your Home or Work Space Introvert-Friendly

I’m in my favorite coffee shop this morning. The walls are white, big windows fill it with light, and there’s plenty of spaces between the tables. The air smells of espresso and the music is quiet enough to ignore when I’m writing. Every time I walk through the door,...

Why Having a Soft Heart in a Hard World Is Courage, Not Weakness

Why Having a Soft Heart in a Hard World Is Courage, Not Weakness

Just a quick note about something that's been on my mind again lately... As an introvert, you notice things. Depending on how you’re wired, that might mean you have deep empathy, a knack for details, or an ability to sense the mood in a room before anyone even says a...