Are you an introvert?
We all use both our introverted and extroverted skills, but we are hard
wired to be more one than the other. Look at the lists below and determine
which one feels more like YOU!
Not every aspect will fit exactly for you because we are all unique. If
you don't feel like you fit one side more than the other, even by 51% to 49%,
then ask yourself this question: If there is an emergency do you tend to
stand still and feel somewhat shutdown or in slow motion? If you have
a standstill reaction to stress more often, then you are probably an
introvert. In a crisis do you tend to move your body immediately and
feel like taking action, maybe without pausing to think? Then you are
probably an extrovert if you react with movement. Under stress we can
experience our innate temperament. Look over the two lists and think
about how you ARE, not as you'd like to be. If you’re still uncertain,
as a last ditch effort, ask someone you trust and who is honest to read
these and suggest which one sounds more like you.
|Introverts reflect before acting.|
- Enjoy time alone
- Consider only deep relationships as friends
- Feel drained after outside activities, even if they were fun
- Good listener
- Appear calm and self-contained
- Think then speak or act
- Like to be in the thick of things
- Relish variety
- Know lots of people, considers lots of people friends
- Enjoy chit-chatting, even to strangers
- Feel stoked after activity
- Speak or act then think OR think while speaking
From www.theintrovertadvantage.com. For a comprehensive
self-assessment, see The Introvert Advantage, Marti Olsen Laney
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