Embrace your inner Introvert

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World Introvert Day

Introversion and Extraversion get a lot of airtime on social media and around the internet, but not everyone understands the actual definition of these terms.

In the words of TEDtalk speaker and MBTI expert Michael Segovia, on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Extraversion and Introversion are defined in terms of how do we like and prefer to direct and receive energy.

People who prefer Introversion tend to think before acting and spend time in internal reflection. They’re usually more contained when interacting with others. And they tend to gain energy by spending time alone concentrating.

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Introverts around the world


Most common Introverted type


ISFPs have an Avoiding conflict-handling mode

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