“The more knowledge we share, the wiser we become.”

Okay, that wasn’t a quote from Tom Peters or Buddha. It’s my personal motto. I believe that was all have gifts to share, and in doing so, we become stronger. I also believe that wisdom may be found in many different places, as long as you keep your eyes open.

This page is dedicated to sharing some of the best knowledge…and most well-written articles on the web. I’ve focused them, for now, on Introversion and Project Leadership. If one of the links strikes a cord with you, please leave a comment – I would love to know about it!

And if you have suggestions for other types of article, please share that, too – we could all use more knowledge!

Photo by Ibrahim Asad from Pexels



I love Myers Briggs. Always have. And yes, your personality type can shift over the years as you gain life experience. The above link describes the difference between Extroversion (E) and Introversion (I). Essentially, do you get your energy from people and the world around you or are you more comfortable with ideas & contemplation?  


If someone close to you is an extrovert, you’ll get a kick out of these illustrations (I especially enjoy the cat, the dog, and the jack-in-the-box).  A picture is definitely worth a thousand words.


This article is more for your extroverted friends, but so often I’m asked about the difference between social anxiety and introversion that I felt the need to arm you with a good comparison.

Leadership in Project Management


PMI tends to produce very academic papers, but this one contains a very good comparison between managing and leading in project management.