Let me ask you this: are you an extrovert or an introvert? Well, whether we like to admit or not, we all belong to one of these two categories more than the other. Now, don’t get me wrong, it’s great if you belong to either one of these categories. It’s not to say one of them is better than the other, but the truth is that extroverts and introverts are very different in how they act.
If you are at a party and you feel more comfortable playing with the host’s pet, then chances are you are an introvert. Introversion and shyness and not the same thing, but if you regularly feel shy when talking to new people, you’re most likely an introvert. Also, you might be among the introverts if you don’t generally like making small talk and find crowds stressful.
If you can relate to all of these things, then congratulations, you are an introvert. Why am I congratulating you? Well, introverts are known to be extremely creative people. Also, they are more likely to form meaningful relationships with other people and have long-term friends. If you are an introvert, you can more easily access your spiritual side. You are capable of great focus, which helps you complete any given task faster than an extrovert. Also, you are more loyal.
Many of the great people who made a difference in this world were introverts. Abraham Lincoln and Emma Watson are just two of them.
And there’s one more advantage of being an introvert. This post is for you, and you will be able to totally relate to these funny illustrations that perfectly depict how it’s like to be a declared introvert.