Introverts

Introvert: Breaking the Shell

Other than being an Introvert, I also have Glossophobia. Glossophia is the fear of public speaking. My fear of public speaking isn't so terrible when it comes to strangers, but to familiar faces...(pass the vomit bucket please!) If you've been following along, you probably read somewhere along the way that I'm trying to grow my… Continue reading Introvert: Breaking the Shell

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The Value of Working for Free

I love helping people, this is something I’m very aware of about myself. I’ve worked for free for many years and just wanted to give my 2 cents in of why working for “free” or “volunteering” has so much value if you know how to use it to your advantage. I get that all of… Continue reading The Value of Working for Free

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Blogging for Beginners: The Correct Way

Ever want to start a blog, but you just don’t feel like you have the time? Maybe you doubt yourself that you’re not good enough, what if no one likes it, what if no one reads it? Here’s my fist advice to you, quit thinking of what others “may” think and do YOU! There’s no… Continue reading Blogging for Beginners: The Correct Way

Introverts

The Introvert Friend

You might be an introvert if social engagement is exhausting, but you go anyways. Congratulations, you’ve probably been adopted by extrovert friends! No matter how many times you have to explain it, some just don't understand. "Stop being weird" "You're such a home-body" Often, we feel misunderstood, discriminated, and seen as aloof. One of the… Continue reading The Introvert Friend

Introverts

My Introvert Struggles

Leaders don't claim to be leaders, followers do it for them. I don’t know why it’s always been so hard and difficult for me to accept compliments from someone. I don’t even know if that’s consider an “introvert” characteristic or not, but I know it’s always been a struggle for me. With past experience I… Continue reading My Introvert Struggles