This is the final post in a series about Extroverts and Introverts. If you haven’t read the previous posts, make sure you go back and do so. Hopefully by now you are getting a clearer grasp of what it means to be an Introvert or an Extrovert and which one might be your natural tendency. […]
Societies always have expectations about how people should feel, think, and act. This is a fact across all nations and societies throughout all of history. So, what are the cultural “oughts and shoulds” around Extroverts and Introverts in American culture? Or maybe a better place to start would be, which preference do you think American […]
In the previous posts, we’ve looked at the primary differences between Extroverts and Introverts. In this post, we’re going to begin to shine the light on a few different scenarios that Extroverts and Introverts tend to answer differently. Remember, these are just scenarios and don’t guarantee a specific preference, but they can be helpful to at least consider. Read More ›
In the previous post, we identified the primary differences between Extroverts and Introverts. If you haven’t read it, make sure you go check it out.
Today, we’ll take a deep look at the differences in communication between Extroverts and Introverts, and how you can begin to communicate more clearly. Read More ›
Are you an Extrovert? Or Introvert? How would you know?
When people think about the terms “Extrovert” and “Introvert” there are, invariably, many assumptions attached to them. But few of the connotations regarding either label are totally accurate when it comes to describing the type of person we call “Extroverted” or “Introverted.” Read More ›
Socrates once said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”
By that he meant that a lack of intentional growth, reflection, and self-improvement leads to an “accidental life.” One in which we settle for lesser versions of our best selves because we fail to put in the time and focus to mold our character and our life into the best it can be. Read More ›
For Goodness Sake, Stop Assuming!
As I look back at my journey, it’s amazing to me how many leadership failures came from poor assumptions. Success, greatness, breakthrough, liberation and overall peace are all at risk when we assume.
So here are 20 things you should not assume in the future, in no particular order:
BIG PICTURE: JUST AS BUDGETING YOUR MONEY ALLOWS YOU TO BE IN CONTROL OF YOUR FINANCES, TIME BUDGETING ALLOWS YOU TO BE IN CONTROL OF YOUR TIME (INSTEAD OF THE OTHER WAY AROUND). THIS POST SHARES SOME PRACTICAL TIPS TO HELP YOU BE MORE IN CONTROL OF YOUR TIME.
I used to think back in my youth that life was a series of “learn and grow” experiences – a finite list of things that I needed to recognize and overcome in order to become the best version of myself. It was almost as if there was this future moment I was working toward that, upon arrival, would signal that I was finished and that the rest of my life would largely be maintenance, not growth, after that point.
Every December we release our GiANT Year-End Review process with one goal in mind – to help you make adjustments for the new year because of the contemplation of the past. You can download the GiANT Year-End Guide by clicking here » Let’s start with this simple, big idea: Those that are intentional will live […]