I’m not an extrovert. But yes that doesn’t make me an introvert either.

Why do we end up labeling people into two categories?

  1. Introvert
  2. extrovert

You may not be the life of the party but you may not be the one sitting all aloof with absolute no interest in it.

You could be the one who takes a little time to get along with people. And once you find likeminded people you are equally enthusiastic to start the conversation. You are an AMBIVERT.

So, my question here is

Why is it often said that being an extrovert is better than an introvert?

The extroverts may often be bad listeners because they don’t shut up long enough to listen.

While the introverts may miss out on an opportunity just because of shyness.

While the ambivert may just be smart enough to talk to the right person in the right way.

I don’t mean that being an ambivert is the best, but just that we all have our strengths and weaknesses.

Everybody has those times when they would love to hang out with their friends and on the other had days when you just want to be left alone. And sometimes all you want is good food and strong WiFi connection. (TEMPTING! )

AWARENESS is the key

Its good for the introverts to get out see world. And make real friends instead of imaginary ones.

And good for the extroverts to practice self-discipline and shut-up for a while.

While the ambiverts get to practice a little from the two.

Are you an extrovert? An introvert?  Do you often get misunderstood for an introvert? Do you lose out on a lot cause your shy?

Its ok to change a little about yourself when you actually feel the need to. Its just important that you do it for yourself and not under any kind of pressure.

But at the same time its necessary to accept yourself as you are and be happy with it. Cause if you don’t accept yourself, then who will? Content is king

Be you, you are awesome 😀

Happy reading.