Many of us like to label ourselves as introverts or extroverts. However, did you know that most of us are really ambitious, falling somewhere between the two extremes? Still, chances are you know at least one real introvert in your social circle. Who knows, it could be you too! Well, we have a real treat for you, whether you’re an introvert or not. Chances are you can relate to these strange situations and insights.
‘Funny Introvert’ There is a very popular Instagram account that documents the most connected moments and memes on social media run by a self-styled introvert. The posts are very funny, funny and frankly very fun to read. Scroll down for the best posts from ‘The Funny Introverts’, and don’t forget to upvote your favorite pandas.
Dr. Andrew SparkA personality scientist at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), who researches extroversion and leadership, shares her perspective on introversion bored panda, especially in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
I asked him if the world is generally geared more toward extroverts than introverts, which traits are more valuable, whether there is pressure to be more extroverts, and whether things have changed much in these past two difficult years. He was kind enough to go into detail and said that, in fact, introverts did not perform better than extroverts during the lockdown, as many expected.
Scroll down to read what he had to say, and two free, scientifically validated personality tests to see if you’re more of an introvert or an extrovert than Dr. Spark recommended. See.