[VIDEO] How To Tell If You Are An Extravert or Introvert

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  1. Judy

    This is easily the best explanation of extravert/introvert type I’ve heard.

    And yes, the use of the word shy to describe introverts is very often unhelpful. My daughter, an INFJ, is often referred to (incorrectly) as shy; she is open and enters conversations easily but needs large amounts of self-time in order to be truly happy. Interestingly, my ESTJ son is the one who has greater difficulty entering new situations – feeling quite uncertain/insecure, though he thrives on the energy of a social group.

    The best moment of the podcast for me (an INFP) is when you explain that I-FP’s go into a flow state listening to other people, that they are ‘story seekers’ – I haven’t ever self-identified as an extravert, but have often wondered why after an evening at a party, where admittedly the good conversations have largely been one-on-one, or after a dinner party where I’ve barely spoken but there has been good, rich discussion around the table, or after a conversation with the parent/s of children I tutor, I feel energized in a similar way to when I’ve watched a movie or read a book which is story driven. This nails its it – it’s the stories that energize. It also also explains why games evenings with a group, even those I love, typically leaves me feeling kind of empty – no new story to ponder…

    Thank you for an excellent twenty minute listen.

    1. Kimberly Ruffner

      Hey Judy. Love that you found clarity and an explanation for a pattern you have observed in yourself at parties. I typed an INFP a few days ago that loves meetings and exploring ideas. She said she could stay there all day! It is most definitely a thing. I hope to see you in the webinar.

    2. Kimberly Ruffner

      You are quite welcome. Glad it was informative and clarifying.

    3. Kimberly Ruffner

      You are quite welcome Judy.

    4. Deidre

      I love ❤️ that, stories unite us

  2. Kimberly Ruffner

    Hey Alexander, love that you are coming to the webinar and planning ahead. We will be meeting in GoToWebinar. The app is easy to download. See you tomorrow.

  3. Beth

    I always thought I was in introvert, but wasn’t sure. I love my time to be alone. After listening to this, I feel, I am what I thought I was.

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