MORE IDEAS FROM 10 Habits of Successful Introverts
Build Deep Relationships
Most introverts usually only have a small circle of close friends. They build deep personal relationships which are formed through trust and support.
Introverts make amazing team leaders, but they’re just as successful when working independently.
Know Their Limits
Introverts are very familiar with their own boundaries. If guidance and support are needed when they enter unfamiliar territory, they ask for help.
Introverts don’t give up easily. They have lots of practice trying to get their thoughts across and voices heard over the noise created by extroverts.
Creativity from Within
An introvert finds the best inspiration when alone. Their most creative ideas come during times spent in quiet solitude.
Introverts are often misunderstood and struggle to get their true talents recognized and appreciated, so they are quite respectful of the different working styles and preferences of others.
Think Before Speaking
Prior to contributing to a conversation, introverts think long and hard about what they want to say and how they will say it.
Don’t Jump to Conclusions
Introverts are deliberate in their decision making and they take time to evaluate and process situations.
Introverts are extremely active listeners. They don’t interrupt, but listen carefully to extract meaning from every conversation.
“Storytelling” is a hot topic these days, and introverts are old pros at telling a yarn. More reflective and thoughtful by nature, introverts are often skilled writers and content creators, making them golden geese in our current age, which prizes top-notch content. J.K. Rowling, Abraham Lincoln, and even Dr. Suess are believed to be (or have been, in their time on earth) introverts. Rock on lone wolves!
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