5 Reasons why being an introvert rocks
There are so many misconceptions about being an introvert; the most common being that introverts are ineffective leaders or completely antisocial. But what many don't know is that introversion v. extraversion has less to do with how shy or antisocial someone is and more to do with how people draw their energies
The Myers-Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI) is a useful personality tool to help improve how we view and interact with others
"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves." - Carl Jung
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Introverts gain their energy internally, which explains why social settings can be a bit draining with little to no time to recharge. On the other hand, extroverts recharge their energies more in social situations. But no matter where you fall on the MBTI, we could all learn to use our results to our advantage within our daily interactions. However, it can get a bit deeper than what's on the surface; the MBTI is more complex as you delve further into the tool. For example, an introvert can exhibit some extroverted qualities (and vice versa)