Introvert Power & Being True to Yourself

43 mins by The Python Experience |

This podcast starts out unusually, upon getting home last night, and then carries on with the second-half (NYC midtown walk) side of my commute. Living alone for the first time in 10 years, for a majority of the week, is really starting to free-up my mind, reinforced by the "be true to yourself" message of the fantasy series I'm reading and my latest audio book, Introvert Power, which I feel like I may have been waiting a lifetime to read. I'm essentially being "given permission" to be who I am, along with the realization that I'm probably not in the minority here. It's just that introverts have to be that much more effective in what they do, if they don't want to be labelled somehow sick or ill. Extroverts cannot always relate to how someone can value time top themselves, and how sometimes the best day spent is one with a book and no intrusions. Also be sure to check out my YouTube channel youtube.com/mikelevin