I'm Rebecca, the founder of The Introvert Revolution, and just like you, I'm an introvert!

Having spent years thinking I had to be an extrovert to succeed and fallen for all of the other myths around introversion, I've not only embraced my quiet power but learned how to be confidant and successful on my own terms.

From running multi-million pound projects to leading teams of up to 40 people and embarking on exciting adventures around the world, I've learned invaluable lessons.

Now, I'm excited to share everything I've learned with you. Together, let's unlock your quiet power, manage your introvert energy, and implement introvert

friendly strategies for your business or career. No 'just be more extroverted' nonsense here – I've tried it, and I know it's not the path to lasting success.

Join our warm and supportive community in The Introvert Revolution Facebook group. Here, you can access valuable free resources and stay tuned for exciting opportunities for us to learn and grow together.

Let's embrace our introverted strengths and thrive!

"Don't think of introversion as something that needs to be cured"

- SusanCain

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Let's Debunk A Few Myths Behind Introversion...

Introverts need to be fixed

The truth is that introverts are still frequently perceived as inferior to extroverts in our society, resulting in feelings of inadequacy or shame for introverted individuals. However, it is essential to recognise that being an introvert is not a flaw.

Introversion represents a distinct approach to processing information and engaging with the world. Introverts possess unique strengths, including profound thinking and reflective abilities, which warrant celebration and appreciation. Embracing and valuing these strengths is crucial.

Introverts dont have social skills

The truth is that introverts may not derive the same enjoyment from socializing as extroverts do, but this does not imply a lack of social skills.

Introverts excel as listeners and communicators, often gravitating towards meaningful conversations over small talk. They possess the ability to read body language and pick up on nonverbal cues, demonstrating a keen awareness in social situations. Introverts' unique strengths in communication should be acknowledged and valued.

Introverts are just like you and me

Perhaps underestimated because of our quieter nature, but that doesn't diminish our ability to change the world if we want to. While we may require solitude and space for reflection, we find joy in socialising with close friends in a cosy café.

We don't seek the spotlight, preferring to observe and think before we speak. What we can do is embrace our quiet power and confidently be ourselves. It's not about conforming to extroverted norms but celebrating the unique contributions us introverts bring to the world.

If you're anything like me, you've not only heard them but maybe even believed all of these and more. I fell for these myths so deeply that I was in denial about being an introvert, even answering how I thought an extrovert would on a personality assessment to try to convince others—and myself—that I was an extrovert.

I don't want you, or anyone else, to feel ashamed of being an introvert because you've bought into these myths. The truth is, we do like people, just maybe in smaller doses, we can absolutely be confident, and we are definitely not boring!

Click below for 10 of the most common myths surrounding introversion, and more importantly, see them busted! Let's break free from these misconceptions and embrace the vibrant reality of introversion together!

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