NOW AVAILABLE! “I is for Introvert: The A-Z Guide to the Quieter Side,” featuring the contributions of The Introvert Entrepreneur Facebook Community.
From the Introduction:
What does it mean to be an introvert?
There’s the basic answer, based in psychology and physiology: introverts gain energy from solitude, drain energy during social interaction, and relate to the world from the inside, out.
But that’s not the whole story. Being an introvert is almost a lifestyle. Because of that internal orientation, and because we relish our alone-time to an almost pathological degree, we make choices that aren’t always understood by those around us. We can certainly be social, popular, vocal, and outgoing. And in order to be all of those things and not go insane, we must – MUST – make it a priority to honor our introvert needs.
What does “honoring our introvert needs” look like? Ask 100 different introverts, and you’ll get 100 different answers. So that’s what I did. I posed the following question to The Introvert Entrepreneur Facebook Community: Using the “I is for Introvert” framework, what words describe the ups, downs, pleasures and pains of being an introvert?
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