Does working from home offer peace and focus — or a whole new host of problems?
Sensitive people may be at higher risk of burning out. Here’s how to actually get work-life balance — without looking unprofessional.
Are highly sensitive people more likely to overwork themselves — and how do they stop?
Sensitive people seek jobs that are meaningful and won’t lead to overwhelm. The best way to find that is by starting with your unique strengths.
Highly sensitive people tend to take things personally, including being laid off. But keep these things in mind before you do.
For highly sensitive people, working in a cutthroat business world can be a challenge. But that changed once I learned to embrace my HSP superpowers — not just at work, but at home.
Even though society leads us to believe that sensitivity is a weakness, sensitive people have scientifically-proven traits that make them talented leaders.
When looking for your dream job as an HSP, there is a difference between what your soul is telling you and what your ego is telling you.
As an HSP, it can be difficult to turn off the desire to help — but here’s why doing so will help you thrive at your job, not just survive.
Due to all the overstimulation HSPs experience, work and productivity can come as challenges — but certain habits can set you up for success.
Even if it seems impossible to rethink and switch careers, it’s not — when you do, you’ll feel satisfied that you found a job you love.
I didn’t realize how far my HSP strengths could take me.