Overcoming Shyness Mindset Audios
Overcoming shyness mindset audios, some people are shy, while others are described as introverts. Is there a
difference? Yes, there is, and those differences are important if you want to change. Working with shyness is very different than working with someone who’s introverted.
But does it matter? Is it a bad thing to be shy or introverted? If you’re happy with where you are in life, then there’s no motivation or even reason to change. But if you want to work on your social and professional relationships, if you want to interact and talk to people with confidence, then it’s probably time to do something about it.
To do that, it’s important to know the what it means to be shy vs. what it is to be an introvert. How do you find out?
First, ask yourself a couple of questions
1. Where does your energy come from? The primary difference is largely a matter of energy. An introvert is physically and emotionally drained after being in a crowd. An introvert gains energy by being isolated, reading a book, or watching TV. For the record, extroverts are just the opposite. Being an introvert doesn’t mean you’re completely against attending the occasional party, it just indicates that you recharge better alone.
2. What kind of friendships do you enjoy most? There are benefits to being an introvert. Introverts are experts in detail‐oriented work; they tend to be more open to self‐analysis. But it’s the friendships that matter most. While introverts generally have fewer friends, the ones they do have are dearer to them than anything. Shy people tend to have very few friendships at all – meaningful or otherwise.
3. What kind of conversation do you prefer? Introverts are typically bad at small talk, but a deeply meaningful conversation is right up their alley. Someone who’s shy isn’t going to be able to manage either.
So what if you are an introvert? Does that mean you can change?
The short and quick answer is: you can’t. It’s the way you were born. On the other hand, that doesn’t mean there isn’t hope.
First, it’s important to realize that being an introvert is as serious as being born left‐handed or with green eyes. It’s not uncommon, and it’s perfectly natural. There is nothing wrong with having been born an introvert. But if it’s getting in the way or where you want to go in life, it might be time to act on the external symptoms.
Secondly, if you think about it, it would make sense that extroverts who are wired to love crowds would be constantly front and center. Someone that gained energy from crowds would seek them out. Therefore, extroverts have much more knowledge about and practice in social situations. Take a step out now and again, Observe, learn all the social cues you never learned as a child.
Whether you’re shy or introverted, you can be successful socially. Remember, social skills are learned with practice. You can become the person you want to be..
Overcoming Shyness Mindset Audios
In this bundle you will be coached on :
- Overcoming Shyness
- Techniques you can use to move from shyness to confidence
- Steps to take in your persuit to become more social
- shyness v social anxiety
- Practicing mindfulness to help you become more centered
- Becoming less sensitive to situations and people
- How to stop shyness from holding you back
- Looking at hypnosis options for clearing mental blockages
- Introvert or just shy ?
- Start taking control by changing your mindset
Are Shy or An Introvert Audio Sample