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One of the most neglected virtues of our daily existence is appreciation. Somehow, we neglect to praise our son or daughter when he or she brings home a good report card, and we fail to encourage our children when they first succeed

in baking a cake or building a birdhouse. Nothing pleases children more than this

kind of parental interest and approval..”

Missing appreciation in childhood makes as crave as adults, it is natural, particularly if we strive to be the best self☆.

You have described a life of introvert in very active field of sales and business. After few hours of intense interactions you need to replenish your inner resources by being alone and reflecting.

Being in sales for 10+ , I had exact same feelings. Working with people for 7-+10 years by seeing them just 1 or 2 times a year, and they all became good friends because we focus on ‘solving problems’ and not bothered about seeing each other. However they all find the way to see me at least once a year. For introverts is normal, for extroverts it can be harder.

The World that cannot stop talking is run by quiet people. Voila:)

Facefook came to life, because Zack liked friends but he needed that introverted space in between.

Larry Page at some point removed his assistants not to be disturbed. Voila!:)

“White Tigres”

Rare, caring, independent, rapid, soft, and with sharp nails when required. 🐆 AP

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