On episode #14 of the Introvert Unbound Podcast, Wes explores how working on your dating life can open the door to deeper levels of personal growth.
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On episode #13 of the Introvert Unbound Podcast, Wes reveals his past anger issues and shares a simple method he uses to stay cool.
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– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound
Are you trying to date or make friends but keep failing miserably in the process? If so, congrats!
No, I’m not making fun of you. I’m actually dead serious when I say those mini-disasters are some of the best things that can happen to you.
Of course, the frustration, humiliation, and isolation that often comes along with screwing up socially feels pretty awful in the moment. But if you succeeded at everything in life without trying, you’d never grow as a person.
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Having trouble finding dates? Wish you had more friends? Feeling under-appreciated at work? Don’t worry, you’re not alone…even though it might feel like it sometimes.
Chances are, there’s nothing wrong with you, and you’re just experiencing the downside of being an introvert—which simply means that socializing drains your energy, while spending time alone recharges it.
Needless to say, there are countless benefits to being an introvert, including high levels of creativity, thoughtfulness, and independence (and many other positive qualities). However, it’s hard to deny that interacting well with people is the key to success in dating, friendships, and your career. And since socializing is exhausting to you, you probably don’t do it as often, so you might not be as adept at it as you could be.
The good news is they call them social skills for a reason, and that’s because—like painting a portrait or throwing a football—they’re something you can learn. And that’s what Introvert Unbound is all about.