Talking more isn't always the answer.
The many advantages of having social butterflies in your life.
Straying away from one's nature has profound consequences. So does returning.
Think only extroverts can exude confidence? See how it's done the introvert way.
Self-judgment ruling your life? See how this introvert slayed this dragon.
How this introvert went through a lot of soul searching - but found her happiness in the end.
It's not about the level of noise, it's about the intention behind it.
Nursing isn't typically seen as an introvert-friendly profession. Quiet Revolutionary Alina Sato proves otherwise.
Resources like Quiet Revolution help grow my confidence to live my life as myself.
My stomach was churning, my palms were soaked, and worst of all, I had the racing thoughts of self-doubt: Why would they ever want ME to do this?
I can make conversation, but it’s restricted to the niceties and talk about the weather, which, granted, in Minnesota is actually an interesting topic, but still.
Having trouble speaking up at work? Here are 5 tips on how to find your voice.
How this introvert found her power while growing up in the shadow of her extroverted sister.
How this introvert's story creation on the page led to a bigger life.
Six ways this introvert succeeded in her field that you can use in your own life.
Church culture didn't start off being a natural fit for this introvert, but things changed.
When your partner and your kids are all extroverted---what's an introvert to do?
Quiet Revolutionary and ambivert Sam Rose asks others to respect boundaries and check assumptions in this thoughtful letter.
I find it terribly, emotionally uncomfortable, even painful, to have these necessarily extroverted talents and yet a quiet and peaceable nature---especially in the performing arts, especially in this country.
I am continually learning and reminding myself to not only accept who I am but also to accept that others don’t sense the world the way I do.
When our world completely shattered and we plummeted into a crater of darkness, what was left?
"Even the tiniest pebble creates ripples right to the edge of the pond."
No matter how shy or introverted you may be, you too can become a great public speaker.
Maybe you're a superhero still searching for your powers---like Alina.
How this introvert and Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) grew to be a leader.
"I became quite infamous for being the quiet psychologist who delivered an iron message in a velvet glove."
To me, the word introvert had negative connotations: shy, boring, no fun. And even though the person administering the test patiently explained that being an introvert didn’t mean any of those things but instead had to do with where you got your energy, it took me a while to stop being defensive.
Much of my newfound confidence comes from recognizing that I didn’t have to play into stereotypes of what would or wouldn’t work for my quiet self.
My life story began to make sense as I realized I was on the extreme end of introversion.