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Take Back Your Downtime: Course Review

Note: This course was provided to me free of cost, but opinions are entirely my own. When Thea from Introvertology contacted me about her email course, Take Back Your Downtime, I was intrigued.  We introverts know that we need to consciously find that re-energizing time in our day; too long without some alone time usually […]

Using Evernote to Manage Your Ideas

Quick Note: This is NOT a sponsored post.  I really enjoy Evernote and think it’s a great tool.  I was not paid to write this post; these are just my own thoughts. You’re an introvert — there are probably 17 different ideas running through your head at any given moment.  If you can keep track […]

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Intentional Introspection — Thinking With A Purpose

Like most introverts, I think a lot.  A lot.  That graphic is a pretty accurate reflection of how my thoughts usually go.  I can quite easily — and quite happily — think of about 10 different things in 10 seconds.  But how much of that introspection is done with intent? I’m getting some coaching at […]

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Turning Off The Tap: Limit Your Data Intake To Maintain Focus

We live in a crazy world.  There is always something — or someone — vying for our attention.  But what do you do when you really need to focus? I inadvertently did a focus experiment at work a couple of weeks ago.  It was a couple of days before Christmas and the volume of emails […]