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Top Ten 2013 Introvert, Baby Boomer Author Posts from Patricia Weber

From your personal energy source, inspiring and supporting introverts and baby boomers to live life at full throttle, the top ten 2013 blog posts with the most comments.

What Is Productive Procrastination?

Procrastination is a dirty word, there is no doubt about it. Whenever someone says they are procrastinating, a little part of the mind seems to rebel. You aren't doing what needs to be done, you are being lazy, you are putting off something important out of a lack of motivation...no matter what way you phrase it, it doesn't sound good.

Publisher and Author: How your dreams move into reality when you have help

Lately life has been like riding a tsunami with a surfboard for me. My husband and I felt Chanel, our poodle of 16 years, was telling us with her body that she was ready to leave.

Tools To Manage Your Plain Text Lists

For a year, several years ago, I went without a to-do list, for almost anything. The main motivation was my lists were everywhere and often incomplete. My overwhelm went over the top. There was a drop in productivity and a rise in personal frustration.

Becoming An Inspirational Leader

Leaders from all aspects of life are always in the news. There have also been more books written on leadership for the introvert in recent months. When I got this article from Donna Lee, I wondered, "If the qualities are not personality driven, are any of them more preferred by someone's style?"

How a publisher might select your work: how do you get found?

Being ahead of schedule in my book writing, at least so far, does loosen up the creativity for subsequent chapters. If you are just tuning in to this either short or long series of a book publishing experience, you can catch up if you like at How a publisher selects your work: a publisher knocked before I thought about a book There are a few questions in my mind, as well as a few from some of you.

Publisher and Author: Tribe, Timelines and Discipline

With over a dozen introvert, and a few extrovert, communication skills specialists to interview, my book writing is taking on a broader and deeper meaning. This means that one of my goals for taking the publisher's offer to write the book is going to be met.

Grateful for Etiquette of Responsible Guest Bloggers

One of my hangouts for bloggers is My Blog Guest , a blogging community centered on guest posts. It is just one place that I am grateful for etiquette of some responsible guest bloggers. Ann Smarty, a well-known blogger and social media user has been guest blogging and building relationships in the blogosphere for years.

If That Ever Happens to Me I Would...

While I didn't follow the weeks of the George Zimmerman trial, at the end when the jury was getting ready for their deliberations, I did tune in. For the jurists is was really a no win situation to find justice for Trayvon Martin. It's just not about being black and being white in America.

Aging Gracefully with Energy for Baby Boomers

About a month ago I fell walking up the steps at my house. The first day the only pain I felt was in the shinbone that took the brunt of the fall. But the second day, getting out of bed was almost intolerable back pain. Fortunately, my chiropractor could see me that afternoon.

Four Simple Sales Tips that Help Introverts Become Sales Champions by Will Schneider

Outside of public speaking engagements, there most likely isn't anything higher on the list of "least liked business activities" for introverts than proactive selling. From cold calling and pounding the pavement, to asking a potential prospect for the sale, proactive sales skills usually fall well outside of the core competencies of most introverts.