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Always Know What to Say: 6 Easy Strategies

Always Know What to Say: 6 Easy Strategies

Do you dread awkward silences in conversations? If you fear the moment when the other person finishes talking and looks at you, don’t worry. Here are six easy strategies that will help you to always know what to say even if you are shy. Wouldn’t it be nice to always...

10 Freewriting Tips to Explore Your Mind and Thoughts

10 Freewriting Tips to Explore Your Mind and Thoughts

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a screenshot of your thoughts? This is exactly what freewriting can do for you. Access your unconscious thoughts and use them to better understand yourself, the world around you, and come up with creative solutions to problems. Freewriting,...

Introvert Strengths: Make the Most Out of Being Quiet

Introvert Strengths: Make the Most Out of Being Quiet

To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.Ralph Waldo Emerson Introverts have many strengths that are overlooked in our society that values being outgoing and talkative. While extroverts are attracted...

How to Be Confident Enough to Start a Conversation

How to Be Confident Enough to Start a Conversation

The secret to being confident enough to start a conversation and make new friends is to put yourself out there and interact with others. How many times did you see someone you wanted to connect with but were unable to make the first move? Do you worry about having a...

How to Build Rapport Quickly if You are Shy

How to Build Rapport Quickly if You are Shy

If you want to connect with people it’s important to know how to build rapport quickly. This may be useful if you want to: Get a promotion or a new jobCharm your audienceMake a saleGet a dateMake new friendsApproach interesting people Also, think about the times you...

Discover Why Being an Introvert is a Good Thing

Discover Why Being an Introvert is a Good Thing

In our extrovert-loving society it may not be apparent that being an introvert is a good thing. Many people consider introversion as a second-class personality trait along with sensitivity and shyness, somewhere between disappointment and a pathology. (Cain, 2013). In...