HSPs have the ability to listen deeply and show great empathy toward others, which are huge assets for a life coach to have.
As a highly sensitive person, empathy and compassion are two qualities which greatly contribute to my career as a psychotherapist.
A good thing about being an HSP writer is having perfectionistic tendencies, which can also be a not-so-good thing.
Your workplace can value your HSP nature if you help others understand you and what you need, like dedicated downtime each day.
Highly sensitive people are extraordinarily skilled at “seeing” others and knowing what they need — which includes kids.
HSPs are pros at forming deep connections with people. So, as an entrepreneur, don’t be afraid to use those connections.
HSPs have an arsenal of traits that make them ideal to be their own boss, like the way they connect with people.
HSP strengths — like being deep thinkers and creating meaningful connections — are big benefits when it comes to working for yourself.
HSPs are thoughtful, conscientious, and empathetic — all of which make them indispensable in the workplace.
A few simple tweaks can dramatically change the work-from-home experience.
Although the world seems to prefer aggressive personalities, our HSP superpowers are secret weapons that can lead to success.
A high-stress workplace can leave you feeling like you’re drowning in your emotions.