A success guide for all introverts - AgileLeanLife
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
Social interaction takes up many cognitive resources and is depleting.
Studies find that extroverted behaviour makes people happier but fatigued after just a few hours....
Introverts don’t like to spend their precious energy on people they don’t get along with anyway and may have a certain social group where they are as active as extroverts.
This makes the case of no one really being a stereotypical introvert or extrovert, but just a complex human being with varied behaviour.
... is someone who enjoys solitude and focuses more on internal thoughts and feelings.
Unlike extroverts, who gain energy from social interaction, introverts often expend energy ...
We really do well when we connect with others, even for brief periods. You don't need to change your nature in order to socialize more.
Instead of fighting your personality, work with it, and focus on the type and level of interactions you can do and enjoy.
Like in a computer hard disk, information that is retained for long periods of time is in our long-term memory and is not easy to recall reflexively, as it is outside our conscious awareness.
Our short-term memory (also called working memory or active memory) is smaller in size and recalls information in an instant.
Introverts seem to favour long-term memory over short-term memory.
Due to the way their brains are wired, introverts make great writers, able to express themselves in a more comfortable and relaxed manner, as they take their own time to build a great story or narrative.
Many introverts prefer text messages or email over phone calls, and are great at journaling and blogging.