Well, it's happened again. Passed over for promotion for the umpteenth time. George got the job that should have been yours! George! The glad handing blowhard who is phony as a three dollar bill!
He has nowhere near the experience that you do. His work is mediocre at best. His language is foul. His clothes are garish and he often looks unkempt.
And what about last year when Frank got the job you had your eye on? Now Frank was a different story. He's smooth, has no problem talking to anyone and always seemed to have the upside of any situation. The total opposite of George, he really did earn the job.
But why did these guys get the promotions that should have been yours? Releasing a huge sigh, you know that was a rhetorical question. It's also the story of your life.
remember when . . .
Maybe you were the middle or youngest child. Parents sometimes take a quiet child and try to force them to be more like an outgoing sibling. They do it in the most loving way. If a child prefers to be alone, they can mistakenly think their child isn't "popular" and needs a push in the right direction.
Unfortunately, this strategy can backfire and drive the child into a totally introverted condition. While there is nothing wrong with being introverted, as we can see with the examples above the condition can have long-lasting effects.
The truth is that most of us are a little bit introverted and extroverted. When that condition affects our life adversely it may be time to step back and take stock of our lives.
do you want change?
If your life is such that you are perfectly happy with where you are at, then pass on this offer and we wish you well.
However, if you feel that you are missing out on much that life has to offer because of being introverted, you're in the right place. If you don't know where to begin, ask yourself these three questions:
1.What if I told you that "introvert" is not a negative label?
2.What if I told you that you can gain a healthier outlook on your life?
3.What if I told you that extroverts and introverts can co-exist?
It's true and we'd like to show you just how simple it is.
putting the best "YOU" forward . . .
Being an extrovert isn't something you can "cure." Some things can't be cured because there is nothing to cure. What you can do, however, is learn how to use your strengths to your advantage.
When you finally identify what makes you "tick" differently from extroverts, the pieces of the puzzle begin to fall together. Also, not all introverts are created equal either.
Okay, so how does an introvert become more successful? You need a roadmap. That roadmap is"The Introvert's Success Guide."
and some of the best parts are . . .
* ItÆs very quick and easy to read.
* It is written by an introvert.
* The price is laughable!
Our author, Hayley Mayer has used her own experience as an introvert along with research and input from others to write this guide. Take a look at what you will learn:
Learn about the shyness factor.
Find out conversation tips.
Discover conversation and phone talk tips.
How to help your introverted child.
Once you have your own copy of "The Introvert's Success Guide" you have no more excuses because you are armed and ready to embrace your own success once and for all!
We truly hope you see the potential here, and realize how important this offer is!
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