Be More Outgoing

Have you ever gone to a crowded bar and found yourself sitting in the corner with your drink wondering why you ever showed up? Well, if your answer is yes, you’re not alone. There are tons of people out there that just don’t feel comfortable in certain social settings.

In most cases, these people are more introverted and prefer to be in the relaxing confinement of their homes away from all stress and drama. While this can be nice from time to time, being a “homebody” can be somewhat lonely after a while, which is why learning ways to be more comfortable is advised.

Be Prepared

A lot of times people feel uncomfortable in social settings because they simply feel as if they don’t fit in. Your uniqueness could be exactly what makes you stand out, but until you start developing relationships, you’ll never know. Continue reading

There are a lot of people that like to deem themselves as being introverted or extroverted without fully understanding the definition of either personality. Introverts have forever been given the bad end of the stick when it comes to “labeling” personalities.

Most believe that an introverted person is not normal, is a homebody, stuck up, or simply does not enjoy the company of people. Popular to contrary belief, introverts are the exact opposite.

An In Depth Definition

If you were to look up the definition of introvert or introversion you would find a definition similar to this: Introversion is the action of directing one’s own interests towards their own thoughts and feelings as opposed to projecting this into the world. Continue reading

For an introverted personality type, becoming more extroverted in your social, personal, or professional life is going to take some hard work and time.

If you’re constantly being told to get up and doing something with your life, stop being so shy, and stand up for yourself, chances are you’re seriously introverted.

While there is nothing wrong with this, there are a lot of things you can miss out on including new friendships, experiences, and even promotions in the workplace.

It is not suggested that you change who you are; however, just learn how to adapt to whatever personality is needed at the time. Below are a few steps on how to begin this. Continue reading