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Introversion and extroversion are not about how outgoing you are but rather where you get your energy from and what drains energy. Extroverts get their energy from being around people and find being alone draining. Introverts are the opposite and find being around people energy draining and recharge their energy from being alone.
Many people struggle with introversion because they our culture caters to extroverted personalities. Introversion is also often confused with shyness. Introversion is not a weakness but rather can be used to your advantage. The following articles can help you manage your introversion.
An Introverts Guide to Maximizing Energy Through Intention
Learn tactics from the perspective of an introvert to maximize your energy through intentional decisions about who you spend time with and how you plan your week.
Know Yourself, Manage Better: Part 2 – Introversion vs. Extroversion
Learn how understanding your own energy needs lets you be intentional about your time and energy management and how this can help you put your best into your projects, team, and the things in your life that are important to you.
The Learned Entrepreneur
Can you learn to be an entrepreneur? I think you can. Learn three things that helped me learn to be an entrepreneur: Purposeful self-growth, mentorship, and pivoting.
Everyone’s a Vampire: Being an Introvert in an Extroverted World
In a world where we are expected to constantly interact with other people, introverts can find themselves completely drained of energy all the time. Learn the main difference between being an introvert versus an extrovert and learn some tactics to keep your energy up so you can be your best self.