You’ve hit a dry spell. You’re looking for your next great idea--whether an invention, the plot of your next novel, or your company’s new marketing campaign. But no matter what you do, the wheels won’t turn. The spark won’t light. It happens to the best of us. But that’s hardly comforting when your career, your … Continue reading 12 Tips to Boost Creativity and Develop Amazing Ideas
Man was appointed by God to have dominion over the beasts, and everything a man does to an animal is either a lawful exercise, or a sacrilegious abuse, of an authority by Divine right. ~C.S. Lewis As long as there have been humans, there have been pets. Countless numbers of dogs, cats, birds, lizards, and … Continue reading 4 Pets That Helped Make History
In the 19th century, hundreds of thousands of Irish immigrants flooded the United States, fleeing poverty, political disenfranchisement, and social oppression in their homeland. What happened to these refugees? When they arrived, they were mocked for their language (most of them spoke Gaelic rather than English). They took high-risk, low-skill jobs for whatever pay they could--and … Continue reading How We Can Learn From America’s Immigration History
I wrote a guest post over on The Change Blog! Go check it out to learn more about how I began to learn more about my personality type and started on the path to become a Badass Introvert.
You’ve found your people. Introverts. The Internet Is Full of Us Socializing on our terms. Avoiding crowds and awkward small talk. Sharing our interests and hopes and fears as easily as politicians deflect questions. American society is very much an extroverted one. Children do group projects in school. Adults have to demonstrate “teamwork” or their … Continue reading The One Thing Introverts Need to Remember