Slow Is Not Stupid

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed this to be true for yourself, but sometimes introverts can be a bit slow to react to things. It’s not all the time, but sometimes we just need to process for a longer perid of time than other people need to. We either need to think it over more, or our brains need more time for things to click.

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Branding and Teaching Workshops: Interview with Mariely

I had Marielle on the show all the way from Puerto Rico. We met in She Podcasts on Facebook. She is an introvert who is a Branding Strategist and podcaster. We talked about how she got into both things, as well as teaching workshops. I have thought about doing workshops too, but didn’t know how to get started. I love hearing how other people, especially introverts, do things. I don’t know anything about coaching or branding, and I’m just getting into the world of seminars and that kind of thing. It was great to hear from someone who is further along in that process.

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One Foot In This World

As introverts, we love being in our heads. We have such vivid imaginations. We love to think through things, create stories, and try new things. I sometimes feel like it’s harder for introverts to do certain things because we always only have one foot in the present. I know I always have other things going on in my head, like big dreams of how I want my life to be, traveling, and writing fiction books. If my mind and body aren’t engaged enough in the here and now, my mind will wander.

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Sorry, All People Are Draining

There are a few things that introverts have a hard time explaining, or things that other people tend to take personally. One of the biggest things I find hard to explain is that all people are draining no matter what. For a lot of people, those that they find draining are for a reason, such as that person is selfish, boring, or needy. It’s someone who they don’t want to be around or wouldn’t be around if they had the choice.

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