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Introverts need to budget their energy reserves like others budget money

All the jargon about introversion and extraversion may be confusing to many but most people do understand the need for “budgeting” resources.

Just as most of us must watch our financial spending closely, introverts have to do the same with their energy. Unless you are one of the recent winners of the Powerball lottery or have some endless source of income, then you usually budget your finances to some degree. Of course, some have more to work with than others. The same is true for introverts. Some of us may have larger energy reserves than others but for the most part, we all have small reserves of energy that must be refilled or recharged frequently.

For this introvert, the magic number or amount of time that I spend energy without completely emptying the tank or killing the battery is about three hours. After three hours of an activity, I’m finished and looking for the nearest exit. This is especially true if I’m out shopping or have to attend an event or party… basically, anything that involves a lot of interaction with other people. 사설토토

Since most people can understand budgeting finances, let’s look at some common tips for managing money.

• Plan ahead – take a look at a typical week/month and determine how much money is coming in and what will need to go out.

• Be aware of “leakage” unplanned expenses – trips to the ATM, going out for fast-food… any expense that is not regularly a part of your planned budget.

• Don’t be afraid to cut back – what expenses can be cut out or what could you do without or possibly sell?

• Don’t spend your surplus – if you budget well and have a surplus then save it or invest it.

• Don’t deplete your bank accounts – always leave funds for unexpected expenses or emergencies.

OK, now let’s apply those same tips to budgeting energy for introverts.

• Plan ahead – plan your week/month; what activities or events do you have planned that will drain your energy bank? How much time will you have daily to recharge your battery or deposit energy into that bank?

• Be aware of “leakage”, unplanned energy zappers – things like unexpected guests, last minute invites to events, or other types of stimulation can slowly drain your battery.

• Don’t be afraid to cut back – determine what activities can wait until another time or what events can you cancel or decline on an invite.

• Don’t spend your surplus – if you have managed your day/week well and have extra energy, don’t burn it up all at once, save it or spend it wisely


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