SIGN UP: Introvert Men’s Group Strategy Sessions in Denver in January

grey chain broken rotatedAre you a quiet, reflective man who tends to get drained by social interactions? If so, you’re probably an “introvert.”

When it comes to work, dating, and our social lives, we introverted men face challenges which—if not acknowledged and addressed—can keep us from our full potential.

Introvert Unbound founder & coach Wes Colton (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Certified Practitioner) is offering 5 comprehensive Strategy Sessions for self-identifying introvert men looking to:

• create a more fulfilling social life
• enhance dating options/find a relationship
• gain influence and advancement at the workplace

While you’re learning to better leverage your strengths and overcome your limitations, you’ll also meet other men on the same path to self-improvement!

90-minute sessions – Denver Location TBD

• $175 for all 5 sessions ($35/session)
• Or $40 per individual session

SESSION 1: Dating (Mon, Jan 6 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 2: Friendships (Monday, Jan 13 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 3: Work (Monday, Jan 20 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 4: Physical Health (Monday, Jan 27 @ 7 p.m.)
SESSION 5: Mindset (Monday, Feb 3 @ 7 p.m.)

Sign up today as space is limited to 10! Email wes@introvertunbound.com or go to introvertunbound.com for more information.

 

The Most Effective Tool for Your Social Success

– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound

MBTI-headsWe’re all about personal growth here at Introvert Unbound. Which is why I’ve become a Certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) Practitioner to better help our coaching clients achieve their social goals! Here’s what that means…

If you’re reading this, you probably have at least a vague idea of the difference between introversion vs. extroversion, the two opposite ways people direct and receive energy. While “extroverts” recharge from the outer world of people, objects, and activities, “introverts” do so from the inner world of ideas, memories, and experiences.

This classification of personality types come from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI), the most widely used personality assessment in the world, based on the research and writings of psychologist Carl Jung.

As you may know, Introvert Unbound has long specialized in the social integration of those of us with a preference for introversion. As a newly certified MBTI® practitioner, I’m not only qualified to administer the MBTI® assessment, but to interpret the results for your specific personality type and craft an individualized game plan for your social success in dating, making friends, or at work.

After taking this deep dive into what makes you tick, we’ll zero in on how your preference for introversion or extroversion impacts how you:

  • Take in information
  • Decide and come to conclusions
  • Approach the outside world

Unlike the vast majority of coaches out there, we won’t be selling you some one-size-fits-all approach for your social challenges nor will we simply go with our gut and wing it. Instead, we’ll be relying on one of the most accurate personality assessments ever created to draw a clear roadmap for how you can best interact with and relate to other people, effectively taking your social life to the next level!

We’re already using MBTI® to help clients and want to give you the opportunity to be our next success story. That’s why for the month of May, we’re offering a 20% discount on 1 hour of online/phone coaching with myself and Regina Hopkins, LPC, to interpret your MBTI® results and use them to design a social blueprint that works for you.

Just send an email to wes@introvertunbound.com today with subject “MBTI” and we’ll hit the ground running!

Wes Colton
Coach, CEO & Founder
Introvert Unbound (“We Find Where You Fit”)

How to Stop Being Lazy

– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound

lazy manIf you’re anything like me, you go out of your way to avoid doing the things you know you’ve got to do. While your conscious mind is telling you to “Git ‘er done,” your unconscious is more like, “Squirrel!”

Sometimes laziness is a good thing, your mind and body’s way of telling you it needs to rest and recharge to prevent burnout. But all too often it’s just a refusal to get your shit together and it’s the main obstacle keeping you from the life you want.

The first step is asking yourself if you’re lazy. If you’re not, you probably wouldn’t have clicked on this article. So now you’ve acknowledged you are (see what I did there?), you need to decide if you really want to change. Maybe you’re fine with it and are okay with the self-imposed limitations. If so, enjoy the couch time. But if you truly are committed to working on this part of yourself, the good news is you’re already halfway there!

Welcome to Lazy-Ass Anonymous. “Hi, I’m Wes and I’m lazy.” The first order of business is to drop to the ground and do a single pushup. Seriously, do it. I’ll wait…

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