“It is easier to try
to be better
than you are
than to be
who you are.”
Marion Woodman, Coming Home to Myself.
Being who you are.
Accepting and being who you are, as an introvert, especially as an introverted leader, when the world says ‘extrovert please’ and ploughs happily on imagining that extrovert is better for everyone.
To be the introvert you are in the face of that, is harder than trying to be extroverted.
Would you like a hand with that?
A little help with being the introvert that you are instead of trying to be the extrovert you’re not?
Some sharing of ‘how I’m doing it’ from a few people
Some sharing of ‘what I’m struggling with’ from others, so you know you’re not alone
A place to get some heartfelt empathy for the things you’re struggling with
A place for all things introvert
You’re in the right place if you’d like some of that. Right here at the blog, that’s what we’ll be doing here.
The being an introvert, sharing how, the struggles, the empathy…all here.
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