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Embracing Your Inner Introvert

Understanding the power of introversion to improve your social skills and work life

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I have always been an introvert. Ever since I was a little girl, I preferred, even craved, alone time. Quiet, introspective, and “deep in thought,” were often used to describe my personality. No one called me an introvert, though. I was considered “shy.” I also understood…

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Penny Zang

Penny Zang

Writer + English professor + book nerd + tired mom. Visit me at Pennyzang.com & Twitter: @penny_zang & Substack: https://pennyzang.substack.com/

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