Introverts, acting like an extrovert won't make you happier
One study on "acting like an extravert" found that introverts did not succeed in increasing their extraverted behavior as much as other participants.
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Introverts, people who are relatively submissive, peaceful and reserved, have a belief that they might not be good or enjoy being in top management roles.
Not being an outgoing or social pers...
Introverts are repulsive of certain emotions like fear, worry, and distress, and the fear of experiencing negative emotions steers them away from leadership positions.
Extroverts, on the other hand, take it up as a challenge and find it exciting.
All it means is that some people recharge when they are by themselves (introverts).
Talk with friends who can help if you think the idea is starting to gain traction.
Focus your execution efforts on the things you're skilled at and hire or outsource the other things.
Work with people who are good at what they do, so you can be good at what you do.
If you're fighting against the current of your life, it will be easy to lose track of your happiness.
When you begin to go with the flow and work with what you’ve been given, you’ll find...
Even the most difficult situation has a silver lining. When we fail to recognize the positive aspects of the events that happen in our lives and only focus on the negative outcomes or qualities of a certain person or situation, it makes it easier for sadness and doubt to creep into our lives.
In the areas where you feel as though you are lacking, take some time to figure out what may make you feel happier.