Today is the start of a new saga in my wonderful introverted world. After almost 30 years; I’m picking up and moving to a new city to begin my new life. Because I work from home I am already focused on creating enforced distractions for myself. Thus far my plans include Introverted Yoga which entails staring at my pilates chair and yoga/pilates DVD’s. Eventually connecting my DVD player and inserting said DVD’s. Next locating my yoga mat, then sitting lotus style while contemplating the pilates chair. This process should take a week or two.
While working on my Introverted Yoga, unpacking will commence at a rate of a minimum of three boxes per day. Once I have discovered where I packed by direct sales kit from Sanctuary Girl I will actually try to find some small vendor events for participation. Wish me luck!!
Wow, have you heard of Sanctuary Girl? I learned about this awesome company yesterday and had to join. As an Introvert trying to improve my walk with Christ; this company stands for growth (mine and theirs). The company is Black and Christian Owned; I love it!! When viewing the online catalog; their style fits mine to a tee.
Now, you know that I am a serious Introvert and you probably want to know how can I work a direct sales business? Strange as it seems; I have had some success in direct sales and other home based businesses. The income I made from my home based businesses assisted me in providing for my children. Actually my children helped greatly and both worked in the business.
My first step is to get to know my new company and develop a game plan for marketing. I am unable to book any current events until after my relocation is finished but will look for any occurring in November. I’ll keep you posted.
My fellow Introverts; I have a suggestion for you. Write it down; “it” being all of your thoughts and feelings. There are so many times our introversion can be overwhelming even if it is just in our head. When you write it down (or type) it will help the thoughts to solidify into something with which you can possibly work.
Not only am I an Introvert; I also suffer from anxiety and PTSD. I’m a triple threat; what are you? Although I often fall off track, journaling has helped a great deal because it is always there and will never let you down. I roam around my home and find old journals, large and small waiting on me to come back to them. Sighting them evokes guilt in my negligence of them.
As I type this entry I reflect back to my childhood in which I obsessed with books and loved to write on the empty pages always at the back of the book. If you are a child of the late 60’s, you know that writing in a book meant you were a rule breaker. Are you a rule breaker? I was and I still am. My journaling has now taken on a public reign now that I’m breaking the rules of silence by sharing parts of me.