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6 Tips From Public Speaking To Blogging With Joel Osteen’s Model

Many writers are introverts. We take in life fully, reflect about experiences and some of us then write or blog about those findings. You may or may not know Joel Osteen. He’s labeled everything from mega-church pastor to Christian evangelist on the periphery. When my mom used to stay with me she loved listening to[Continue Reading...]

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Brainstorming: Bane Of Most Introverts But Writers Block Tool For Bloggers

“Pass,” is usually my first reply when the first question or problem is posed in a brainstorming session. As an introvert corporate trainer giving workshops about this process, and using it during them, right from the beginning I would make saying “pass” acceptable for everyone. Maybe you don’t know? Introverts prefer a little time to[Continue Reading...]

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3 Introvert Lessons from National Energy Month and Federal Income Tax

In 1913, on October 3, Federal Income Tax was made law in the USA. At that time it was just 1% to 7% of a person’s income. The song, “Carry me back” comes to mind as a way to avoid my stomach upset. October also is National Energy Awareness Month in the USA. We’re asked[Continue Reading...]