I'm about to fly across the country and teach at School House Craft, a two-day business conference for makers. I'm so excited, but this hasn't always been the case.
I used to get SO NERVOUS before something like this. I would worry that my introversion was going to sideline me. I was worried that I was going to have to sit out a huge part of the fun, or I'd miss out on all the good stuff, because I would need my alone time.
I'm not any less introverted than I was a couple of months ago, but I'm hardly worried about introversion this time, because I've learned how to handle conferences, and I've learned that I CAN handle conferences, without getting totally fried from over-stimulation. In today's episode, I'm going to share what I've learned about surviving and enjoying conferences as an introvert.
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