Together we explain the differences relating to others for extroverts and introverts. For example, our 50th birthday party.
- Depth or breadth is another way…to understand introversion and extroversion.…As an extrovert,…I love having a broad network of people in my life.…If you charted my network,…you would see that I know many, many people.…In fact, in my mind, I have them in groups.…My high school friends group,…my age group swimming teammates, my college friends,…my grad school friends, the list goes on and on.…But because the network is so broad,…I don't have a chance to interact…with most everyone as much as I would like to.…
Thank goodness for social media networks that let me…stay in touch from afar with my different connections.…In fact, for my 50th birthday,…I threw a big party with friends…from my very different circles of life.…It was great to see them interact and celebrate with me.…- Now if we charted my social network,…we'd see far fewer people in my sphere,…but I have deep connections with those few.…I may not know a ton of people,…but those in my network, I know well.…
In fact I still have lunch once a month…with a friend that I met in the third grade.…
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- Examine the meaning of the term ambivert.
- Explore the personality attributes and preferences of introverts and extroverts.
- Recognize the actions that are most representative of introverts and extroverts.
- Identify the actions that can protect an introvert from being exhausted by extroverted activities.
- Identify the actions that can help introverts become more visible.
- Review the actions that can productively temper an extrovert's tendency to interrupt others.