Here are number of relevant articles, which I hope you find interesting.

Introversion, extroversion and Ego.

Introversion, extroversion and Ego.

Many people wonder if ego and introversion/ extroversion are linked, they’re not. Both introverts and extroverts can have oversize egos, making the difficult to work with. This article examines what introverts and extroverts can be like if they have an oversized ego.

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The futility of happiness scores

The futility of happiness scores

In a recent article in the Daily Telegraph staff in Downing Street have accused Boris Johnson’s new top team of “patronising them” by installing so-called ‘happy machines’ around No 10 to monitor how aides are feeling. Are such measures futile or worthwhile when it...

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Self-doubt and introverts

Self-doubt and introverts

Self-doubt affects people’s performance; their manager and the individual can both take actions to improve this. All people suffer from self-doubt; there are reasons to suggest it may affect introverts more, although self-doubt is not a characteristic of introversion. Self-doubt is part of another one of “the big 5 characteristics” (OCEAN), neuroticism.

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Introversion, online learning and developing yourself

Introversion, online learning and developing yourself

This episode of Activate Your Introvert considers if introverts show enjoyment, the importance of not following generic advice on marketing yourself and getting clarity in who you want to influence. It’s great to welcome Mark Lee back to the show.

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Introvert jokes

Introvert jokes

I am never sure whether I get really annoyed about Introvert jokes, or find them amusing (and what this says about my sense of humour). Some annoy me as they're downright wrong (based on misunderstanding about introversion and introvert myths), and some amplify mild...

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