Open Invitation

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You are cordially invited….

To basically everything I do. Ever.

I have confused people over the past few months (possibly for years, I don’t know) with my mass invitations. If I’m doing it, you’re invited. In an attempt to make my thinking transparent, here are the reasons why.

1) I’m an extrovert. Now for some, this may need no explanation, but for others, it does. In psychological testing, I am above the 88th percentile in extroversion. I need people around me. A lot! In the first part of the video below, it describes an analogy of introverts and extroverts which I just love. 

Video – Introverts and Extroverts

2) My Love Languages are Quality Time and Acts of Service. (Gary Chapman’s Love Languages here) This means that having people around me, doing things with me or for me, charges my batteries. I feel loved and my tank is full.

3) When I am energised, I talk. And I talk. When I spend time with people, I speak. A lot. I ask questions of you and answer ones you haven’t had time to ask of me. We share of ourselves to a certain degree and we become closer. I haven’t so many friends in my life that I don’t want more. 

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1 thought on “Open Invitation”

  1. Hi Mandy, For some reason, I can’t seem to access the Comments section.That’s fine!Just wanted to tell you, the video really helped me to gain much more insight into the introvert’s world!Thanks and keep up the great work!Love you always in all ways!Stay sensational!

    MacBruce McKayHealth Industry Training0438 033 849Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2015 14:41:36 +0000 To: bruce.mckay@live.com.au

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