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For most of us, work is a necessity, not a choice. And sometimes finding work means journeying outside the boundaries of our hometowns or cities. The average American commutes about 30 minutes each way to work everyday. And in certain high cost cities, this commute is often much longer for low-wage workers. So, when it...

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Once you’ve left the military, it can be tough transitioning back into civilian job roles. Having to accustom yourself with the rules and regulations of typical 9-5 life can be difficult. This can often leave many feeling unsure about whether they’ve got what it takes to succeed in the commercial job world.  However, once you’re...

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Data privacy is a concern for many workplaces. This relates to the way that they collect, store, and process personal information. The concern goes farther than business functions, however, as the privacy of their employees’ information is something to seriously consider when discussing cybersecurity as a whole. So, how does this impact you as an...

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Like most introverts, I was intimated by the thought of going off to college and living with roommates for the first time. It was a gamble to see who I’d end up with and if we would get along. There were good days and bad days, but nonetheless, I discovered a lot along the way....

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You must have heard of these people called ‘introverts’ who live in their own world that is within them. They would not speak up even if they have the smartest opinion in the room; often termed as ‘antisocial’ people very wrongly, they are not as efficient in communicating what is within them as much as...

The post 5 Ways to Use Technology as an Introvert Person to Boost Your Daily Routine appeared first on Introvert Whisperer.

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  I want to share correspondence on the subject of learning how to work effectively with people.  They are THE biggest factor for whether or not you will find satisfaction at work.  I know of a person who didn’t figure out how to fit in with her new workgroup and it ultimately led to termination. ...

The post People Issues Don’t Go Away By Wishing appeared first on Introvert Whisperer.

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Your workplace is a place you spend a lot of time in. You’re there every day, trying to do your thing and create a pleasant environment for yourself. However, it often happens that the workplace you’re in is toxic and the people surrounding you evoke negative emotions in you.   So, can you turn a...

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Ugh, that natural barrier for us introverts; the one that seems to stop us from reaching our goals and dreams. Why does it exist? Does it even have to exist?   Sometimes I find that I’m creating my own barriers and making life harder for myself. But, when I found blogging, I realized I didn’t...

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How to Find Success as an Introvert in an Extrovert’s Job   You might identify as an introvert — you feel more recharged after a night in than a night out, say — but that doesn’t mean you should feel limited in the types of jobs you can pursue. Stereotypically, introverts are portrayed in positions...

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Effective communication is vital to both the overall efficiency and culture of the workplace. The state of these two things depends on a balance across four different types of communication: verbal (in-person) communication, non-verbal (body language and facial expressions), phone conversations, and written communication. The words we use and the messages we send are only...

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