Episode 10: The Secret Weapon to Being an Introvert feat. Stephen Tessitore

How well do you know yourself? Are you an Introvert/Extrovert or a mix of both (Ambivert)? Stephen offers such vulnerable insight into his self-discovery and what he has learned along the way. His focus on ‘seeking to understand’ self and others and their preferences around engagement, creation process and energy replenishment is such an important and impactful aha moment everyone can explore!

#10 NEW Episode on Shifting Inside Out podcast – The Secret Weapon to Being an Introvert feat. Stephen Tessitore.
 
What a great conversation with Stephen Tessitore, Cisco Partner Marketing, father of 3 and chef extraordinaire.

 Join us to hear the conversation and learn about his:
·       Having choice to do something is how Stephen renews his energy.
·       Focus on taking pleasure in life everyday.
·       Passionate message to early in career folks to “just be yourself from the start”!
·       Impact on me 8 years ago with his statement of ‘I’m an extroverted introvert’.
·       View of being vulnerable and opening up creativity.
·       Leader message – let the wall down: your team already knows all your flaws!
·       Suggestion to take the quiz (below) to see where you fall and better understand your preferences.
·       Secret weapon to being an introvert.
·       Advice about showing up!
·       Approach to talking in meetings.
·       Mindset to networking and engaging a group.

Stephen offers such vulnerable insight into his self-discovery and what he has learned along the way. His focus on ‘seeking to understand’ self and others and their preferences around engagement, creation process and energy replenishment is such an important and impactful aha moment everyone can explore!

The conversation is vulnerable, evolving and depicts the journey so many of us are on around understanding and embracing our preferences and understanding others.

 Recommendations from Stephen:
·       16Personalities test – FREE and detailed – https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test 
·       Where do your preferences fall?  Introvert/Extrovert/Ambivert quizwww.quietrev.com/the-introvert-test/  
·      Essentialism (book) by Greg McKeown (I loved this book as well) - Being an Essentialist is about a disciplined way of thinking. It means challenging the core assumption of “We can have it all” and “I have to do everything” and replacing it with the pursuit of “the right thing, in the right way, at the right time'.
·        Winning (book) by Tim S. Grover - Grover says winning is uncivilized, hard, nasty, unpolished, dirty, rough, unforgiving, unapologetic, uninhibited, and everything. Results are all that matter. “Winning will cost you everything, and reward you with more.” For many of us, the problem is that winning is “trapped under a lifetime of fear and worry and doubt.” There are thirteen—equally important—characteristics of winning presented very candidly by Grover. The Winning Thirteen
·       Connect with Stephen on LinkedIn @Stephen-Tessitore
 
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