Tag Archives: #introvertproblems
A Little Patch of Blue

I was feeling overwhelmed on a particularly dark and cloudy day.  Even though it was late in the morning, it almost appeared to be dark outside.  It was very depressing as I was feeling the same way on the inside.  There was so much going on in my life and these dark clouds just added […]

Planning Your Recharge

I am not an introvert because I need to recharge.  I need to recharge BECAUSE I’m an introvert. I believe that being a deep thinker is what is at the heart of my introversion.  I turn inward to thought more often than not. This is how I naturally process – internally rather than externally. So […]

Preparing For The Unfamiliar

I was driving my wife downtown to help her set up a booth at an event she was doing for her company.  She turned to me and let me know she was glad I was driving.  She said that she had not been downtown much and did not know her way around. I on the […]

Cancelled Appointments

I had a meeting cancelled this morning, and it was the best thing ever! I was able to get a lot of real work done. I’ve heard it said that, as introverts, we’re often happy when plans get cancelled. Why is this? Is it because we’re apprehensive about that social situation in which we have […]

No Time To Think!

It’s Friday and it’s been a busy week. The kids have started school and sports practices, and work has been extra demanding as well. So I’m struggling at the moment to think of something brilliant to post. And now I’m thinking to myself, that’s exactly the point. I haven’t had time to think about what […]

Get Busy and Stop Worrying

Most of my life I have worried far too much. In a previous post, Minimizing or Eliminating Worry, I mentioned that introverts may worry more than extroverts because we spend so much time in our heads.  Definitely we can and need to change our thoughts to eliminate or reduce worry.  Another cure for worry I […]

Extroverted Solutions May Not Solve Introverted Issues

  I have been thinking about my post yesterday  regarding a discussion that took place following a Quiet Revolution webinar, and I wanted to add a little more insight.  As I mentioned yesterday, I witnessed well-meaning extroverts try to fix an introvert’s problem. This happens all too often. “So you are not good at public […]

How Does The Stigma End?

If you are here reading this, you’ve probably been called quiet, or shy, or been passed over for something, or felt out of place in a group, or maybe people think you are different, just because you like to keep your private life private. You may have felt that something was wrong with you because […]

Make Appointments With Your Introverted Self

I live a busy life at work with far too many meetings.  With all these meetings, I get more and more work to do, but have less time to accomplish work because of the time spent participating in the meetings. It seems to be a never-ending cycle! Steve Chandler in Fearless discusses how important it is to […]

A Beautiful Mind

I recently met with a computer programmer.  I noticed that his office walls were bare with no pictures, and yet he had been with his company many years. Many would look at this and could judge that he is “boring.”  The truth probably is that he doesn’t give it much thought because the action is in his active imagination.  […]