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You may or may not know the difference of the more introverted or extroverted preferences in each of us. Related to everyday business success, the more introverted we are, generally the quieter we might be.
When an introvert recognizes they can count on their introvert advantages and then tweak some extroverted behaviors to be successful at getting their ideas heard in business, their strengths will prevail. They will want to steep themselves in ideas they can act on to more easily help them communicate confidently.
Listen to an overview of everything the introvert has needed to succeed in everyday business situations.
Patricia Weber understands the possible difficulty of being an introvert in business, and has made it her mission to build the confidence of the more introverted, and communicate the necessary skills to succeed.
Since 2007 she is recognized internationally, on radio and in print, for most things introvert. Followers of her blog at http://patricia-weber.com comment regularly that her messages both resonate with them, and inspire them. Featured in numerous publications such as Entrepreneur, Training, Wall Street Journal, her current book, Communication Toolkit for Introverts: Find your voice in everyday business situations, released in December 2014, is something a publisher asked her to write – imagine.
She supports introverts who want more energy and vitality to live life at full throttle with her speaking, coaching and books. If you are fed up with the often, uncomfortable extrovert rules, or tired of being tired, be ready to be inspired.
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Have you ever wondered if something was wrong with you because you prefer being alone to being with other people? Do you prefer the company of one person or a few close friends to the company of many? Do social situations overwhelm you and tire you out? Are you a deep thinker who is most comfortable and feel the most emotionally balanced in quiet places? Are you an individualist who finds it hard to fit in with the crowd? Do people call you shy or tell you to just get out of your shell? You may very well be an introvert, and contrary to popular belief that is a very good thing.
There is nothing wrong with you; in fact there is a great deal that is right with you. What makes you different is what also makes you especially gifted. Learn what makes you tick and what makes you extraordinarily special.
By the end of this show you will understand yourself in a way that will make you feel proud to be you--proud to be an Introvert!
Read Randi’s RIVETING life story! FINE…LY: My Story of Hope, Love, and Destiny, a deeply penetrating story about HOPE against all odds that builds brick by brick from the bottom up, and then screams VICTORY from the roof-top.
Beth Buelow (BEE-low), ACC, CPC, is on a mission to create a world where introverts can be wildly successful while still being authentic. Through her business, The Introvert Entrepreneur, she offers speaking, coaching, and seminar services to individuals and corporations. Her first book, “Insight: Reflections on the Gifts of Being an Introvert,” is available through Amazon.com.
Introverts are powerful observers and creators. If you are an introvert, this book will show you how to tap into your inherent introvert strengths and “awaken” your potential using mindfulness meditations and cognitive behavioral techniques.
In a world that favors the outgoing, gregarious extrovert, being an introvert can be difficult. But the truth is that introverts have distinct advantages—as long as they know how to use them. Unlike extroverts, who draw their energy from social interaction, your energy comes from quiet reflection. Is it any wonder then, that mindfulness can help you hone your natural talents?
In The Awakened Introvert, mindfulness expert and card-carrying introvert Arnie Kozak provides a comprehensive set of mindfulness and cognitive behavioral tools to help you maximize your introvert strengths (such as rich access to your interior) while minimizing your introvert weaknesses (such as a tendency toward worry and rumination). In the book, you’ll learn powerful strategies to help you monitor your energy; recharge after social interactions; improve social and communication skills; and take advantage of your capacity for quiet reflection, and sweet, sweet solitude.
If you’re looking to unlock the full potential of your unique introvert brain, this book provides a fun, practical, and authentic “user’s manual.”
About the Author:
Long before mindfulness was fashionable, Arnie Kozak, was studying, practicing, and teaching mindfulness and Buddhist psychology. Beginning with a journey to India in the 80′s, Arnie began his lifelong practice in mindfulness meditation. Intent on finding a way to bring the practical healing attributes of mindfulness he began incorporating these techniques in his private practice.
Kaitlyn Mirison is the founder of Create Beyond Limits. She works with introverted men and women to help them unleash their creative potential.
Her manifesto is: "Your creativity is undeniable. You are essential. Challenge assumptions, explore, experiment. Play to spark wonder, curiosity and discovery. Create beyond limits. You can find out more about her and Create Beyond Limits here: http://www.createbeyondlimits.com
VP Enteprise Radio is a radio show developed to discusss topics related to business and entrepreneurship.
The show offers tips and tricks, how-to's, guest speakers discussing their business and how they became entrepreneurs and other valuable information to lead individuals in business with strategies to continue to move up the entrepreneurship ladder.
Slaying your Fear of Networking As An Introvert! 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Your host, LaToya Haynes, Administrative Consultant at Driven Results VP.
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Join the Clique as we discover the power of the introverted personality in an extroverted society. If you have been accussed of being weird, nerdy, antisocial, quiet, withdrawn or depressed, but you don't feel like any of those things apply to you, you may be an introvert. Do you need to be alone to recharge, do you avoid social occasions because they leave you exhausted and drained? You may be an introvert. Join us in an indepth discussion of what it means to live in the innerworld, and why that is what really powers the universe.
We all attend these events, whether they are professional, networking, community related or for education or philanthropy purposes. What are some simple ways you can stand out in the crowd? Even for an introvert, these techniques and practices will build your confidence and help you radiate the grounded, trustworthy and collected air of someone people are drawn to meet and engage with!
Sean weighs in on Paula Deen's comeback (in the form of a new digital video network), shares his opinion of her fall from grace, and comments on pop culture as judge and jury. Also, Sean interviews Adam Shaivitz, who blogs at www.AdamIntrovert.com. Adam talks about being a natural introvert, and working to find a place to serve in his faith community.
As we go deeper into our practice using energy for everything. we will discuss strategic ways of engaging our beautiful inner world that we are re-designing it for our benefit.
We want to cultivate more peace of mind and well being by clearing out our psychic and physical clutter. So like the inside so like the outside!
We tap into the longing we have for connection in simple ways to bring about profound shift! We want to get our shift together and allow a gentle flow about our life each day. Simply.
Are you the introvert? Are you the extrovert and how does that effect our ability to connect to each other and the Divine?
So often we choose the chaos and drama over and over again because it is what has become "normal" We can choose a new normal each day. What do you want yours to be?
My new normal is to enjoy this time we spend together and continue to serve my clients with joy ease and glory helping them create this amazing experience called life, Simply! Namaste.
Lisa Avebury of Sacred Introverts and Circleseeker, Healing and Bodyworks returns for another interview on introverts, highly spiritual people (HSP) and spirituality.
If you listened to our last program, which by no fault of ours ened up on podcast - visit our home page for more information, www.kwave6radio.tk - you'll understand the transition from that show to this one. Using Lisa's own words, "I started the tours with the belief that people will have a transformational experience. I never pushed that as I didn’t want to frighten people off, but my hope is by energetically putting the call out the right people would be drawn to coming. And honestly this happened. It was quite amazing."
Here is more of what we'll be discussing with Lisa: "My belief has always been, because of my own personal experiences, that introverts and HSP’s naturally have a spiritual inclination because of our inward nature. We are always asking deep questions like “why am I here and what is my purpose”. We are also naturally more sensitive to the world around us and dare I say a bit “psychic” about things so we are always focusing on the larger picture of how our actions effect the world.
My own life has been informed by my spiritual journey and it is what guides ever facet of what I do... We can also talk a bit about why it’s important for introverts (and everyone) to have a... “Spiritual practice”. This can be very individual to the person and their own beliefs but having a connection to something larger then your own life can be very grounding."
Lisa is a very wonderful person and one which you'll want to hear.