Funny and cute T shirt.
Been there, done that with the pre-event plan and smiling 😀
I still need to work on the small talk, tailoring it to the event and fellow participants.
Yes, it’s so nice to get back to a quiet space :o) or home in order to recharge.
Introvert merchandise at the link!
Last week I posted a T shirt on my Facebook page that said “Introverts Unite. We’re Here. We’re Uncomfortable. We Want to Go Home.” My message was “I need one of these.” I got dozens of “likes” and several comments, most of which were “me too!”.
Now, if you saw me in action, you wouldn’t think I was an introvert. I lead a extroverted life, teaching, running meetings, and being “on” at events. Last weekend I co-hosted a workshop called “Networking for Fun and Profit”, and it made me think a lot about skills introverts can develop to help them navigate the world of networking. Networking happens at conferences, at book readings, at workshops, at meetings. It can be informal (like at the post office, or after a service), or formal. It can be work related or completely social. It can be planned, or…
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john w bienko (@bonanza7) said:
Introverts and Extroverts make significant contributions to society. Aloha