Usually I am an extrovert, reveling in the attention of the world. I am fascinated by people and I love to hear their stories of high adventure. On other occasions, I withdraw from the world and spend my time in contemplation. Please don't think I become a suburban hermit or anything like that -- during an introvert stage I purposely don't seek out new people and relationships.
There is nothing wrong with this cycle (I hope!). I am guessing most people go through something similar. The only problem that I have ever encountered with this cycle, however, is making money. For me it is almost impossible to make serious money during my introvert stages.
I seem to make more money when I am out in the world. By making new connections and revisiting with old contacts, I can make things happen. In a sense, I am a human catalyst capable of identifying the critical synergies that can blossom into cash money.
I don't mean to come across as arrogant. Ask anyone that knows me and they will all agree.
Therefore, I am ending my current introvert cycle effective immediately. It's time to get back out into the world and see what havoc I can cause. And, more importantly, see how much new money I can get to stick to my fingers.
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