Today marks the final part in my Fabulous Introverts series. It’s been great going through everything with you and I hope you’ve found it all useful. We’re concluding this introvert series but recapping, and reminding ourselves why introverts really are great people. It’s been a ride!
Here’s a quick recap on what’s been covered so far:
- Week 1 – Am I an Introvert?
- Week 2 – How can I apply my introverted positives in my everyday life?
- Week 3 – Areas I want to improve on the increase my confidence
- Week 4 – I am ready to love my introverted personality
What we’ve learned:
- That it’s okay to be an introvert
- That you have strengths and weaknesses
- That introverts are amazing and unique people
- That you don’t need to change, just learn to enhance your skills already
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This series came about following a discussion at work with my manager. I’d forgotten that I’d taken a personality test in the past and remembered how useful it was for me. That sparked off the idea that maybe you would also find this useful.
Self reflection and self assessment is important at both a personal and professional level. By using a personality test, you are able to really brig out your strengths and use them to your advantage.
So what if you have low confidence? You might be a natural at solving problems for other people.
So what if you are quiet in social situations? You might be great at find other people’s strengths and weaknesses.
We’ve learned to turn your negatives into strengths, and strengths into super powers (that’s where to mission statement came in). We all spend far too much time focusing on the negative that it can become difficult swinging that around.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the series! I’d love to hear your thoughts. Did you find it useful? Would you recommend personality tests to others?
Lots of love!
Jess x x