Just like Warren Buffet had to overcome his fear of public speaking in order to become one of the most successful businessmen in America, we can all work with our limitations and not be held back by them.
Introvert not synonymous with inferior The WSU Sign Post There's always been a stigma about introverts. Many think they are rude, depressed or just weird. The truth is they just like to be in their own heads, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Chimes Social energy, not shyness, defines introverts Chimes “The introvert gets their energy from within, while the extrovert is charged up by people, places and stimuli outside of them,” according to the website of Jennifer B.
Do you like to make small talk? Do you prefer one-to-one conversations or group activities? These questions and many others often show up in personality quizzes to reveal how introverted or extroverted you are, but what does that really mean?
Introverts are simply people who feel more balanced when they have larger amounts of alone time, versus extroverts, who in turn feel more balanced when they’re in stimulating social environments more often than not.