Even if you’re an introvert, networking can help you land your next job, gain valuable professional contacts, or even make more friends.
The problems I faced in my career had nothing to do with my age, rank, or personality. My problem was the limiting beliefs I told myself about introversion.
The job interview is a shared nightmare among many introverts, but it doesn’t have to be impossible. Introverts have skills that business can profit from.
It’s smart to treat every job as a professional stepping stone that could hypothetically lead to greater opportunities.
I broke down in tears in the break room. As an introvert, I was so uncomfortable in my job.
As an introvert, I used to think I wasn’t ready to navigate the corporate world.
By prioritizing social skills, I was able to build a solid professional network, make more friends, and deepen my existing relationships.
Have you ever felt like the job interview is institutionalized discrimination against introverts? When I write a resume, my introvert skills serve me well.
Self-employment can be easier to handle, you have more time by yourself, and at the end of the day, you’re left with some energy to socialize.
One of the reasons I lack confidence in many situations is I feel like an imposter.