After posting about being an introvert in the music business, I made a few new friends. Thea at introvertology is one of them and I am honored to be one of the first people invited to an interview for her Introvertology site.
I had no idea that writing my (introverts in Music) article would strike such a chord, leading me to new connections to people who not only understand us quieter types, but who are also coming into their own pride in ownership of their introversion.
And in contrast to being quiet, I love how speaking up and voicing our opinions never fails to lead us right where we belong, with people who understand us, think the way we do and like us.
As the world gets louder, it can become very daunting. So, it’s nice to have an experience like the one provided by this interview. It’s a reminder that we can still be heard in the middle of the noise. We can still effectively share information that helps us continue to define what being an introvert means for each of us.
The girl in that picture above is an Introvert (among many other things)!
As G.I. Joe would say, “Knowing is half the battle.”
Again, thanks to Thea@Introvertology.
Check out their site. It is awesome and it has some great information for introverts and others. I especially enjoyed the article on ways that introverts can relax.
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