Musings of a Flourishing Introvert

Learning from The Magic Faraway Tree

Learning from The Magic Faraway Tree

March 5th is celebrated as being World Book Day, and I for one, really enjoy this day. It’s widely reported that introverts love reading, and for many of us life is more like our own ‘Book Month’ or even ‘Book Year’. I love reading and in fact, am known for my...

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Noticing the nudges

Noticing the nudges

Have you ever been pondering something only to be bombarded with information or messages about the very thing you’ve been pondering? It’s been happening to me pretty frequently recently, and I take this as a good sign. It means I’m present and paying attention. It’s...

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Taking Personal Responsibility

Taking Personal Responsibility

Have you ever had an ‘aha’ moment at a really unexpected time? My recent ‘aha’ came during an amazing holiday we’re just back from; a trip of a lifetime kind of holiday. We took the Rocky Mountaineer from Banff to Vancouver followed by an Alaskan cruise. I’ve decided...

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Being Judged

Being Judged

I’ve just seen a meme about Introvert problems that said, ‘Being judged, because rather than socialising around the office you actually do your work’ and it really landed with me. I remember many instances of being mocked for not joining in with the ‘harmless banter’...

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One of those meetings!

One of those meetings!

I’ll start by asking you, dear reader, for permission and forgiveness in equal measure; permission to have a bit of a rant and forgiveness for using my blog as the place to rant. Still reading? Well I guess you’ve been generous, so thank you. It’s been quite a day!...

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The Reluctant Salesperson

The Reluctant Salesperson

How many of you are reluctant to sell your service and/or product? I certainly have been so let me share with you what is behind some of my reluctance. Recently, I had my latest experience of the very thing that makes me wary of selling; the ‘I know best’ salesperson....

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Feeling Overlooked and Undervalued?