The Myth of Introversion and Extroversion

In this podcast “The Myth of Introversion and Extroversion” the hosts provide a brief questionnaire to Introversion and extroversion are two opposite personality traits that describe how individuals interact with the world around them.

Introverts tend to be more inward-focused, preferring solitary activities and needing time alone to recharge their energy. They may also be more reflective, analytical, and reserved in social situations.

On the other hand, extroverts are typically outgoing, social, and enjoy being around others. They often gain energy from socializing and may feel drained by too much alone time. They tend to be more talkative and expressive in social situations.

It’s important to note that while introversion and extroversion are often viewed as binary traits, many people fall somewhere in between and exhibit traits of both. The concept of ambiversion has emerged in recent years to describe individuals who have a balance of both introverted and extroverted traits.

Further info:
Myers & Briggs on Extroversion or Introversion
Podcast with author of “Quiet” Susan Cain talks about introversion
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