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Tag: shyness and extroversion introversion

The Truth About Introverts & Why the Quarantine is Hard on Us, Too

I’ve had a really hard time even getting out of bed and couldn’t figure out why. I’m normally the Pollyanna. Usually I’d be the one writing funny blogs or making videos to cheer everyone up and yet, lately, it’s been all I could do to get out of bed.

Myth-Busting—The Real Difference Between Introverts & Extroverts & Meet the Ambivert

Many believe the extrovert is the ideal speaker, yet introverts have a way of channeling energy from themselves to others. When people leave my sessions, they often feel supercharged, like they can take over the world. I love that. It’s what I’m going for…but this comes at a cost for me. I must unplug, get quiet and recharge. Crowds drain me faster than toddler using an iPad.

The Myth About Introverts & Extroverts–Could You Be an Ambivert?

In school, I didn’t want to play at recess. I wanted to read and draw unicorns. But I loved debate and speaking in public. When it came to presenting, I had no fear and, again, I was funny. Being funny helped when you changed schools every six months. BUT, in high school I was shy to the point of probably needing medication. The stage was far less terrifying than the lunchroom.