Fast company recently posted two graphics that sum up how to get along with me (an extrovert) and how I can get along with better introverts (my son is one). I also get to test embedding posts from Facebook.
It’s fascinating how our brain works and what it means for our personality and what makes us tick or makes us happy. Happy people are shown to be more productive and creative employees, or business owners.
Research has actually found that there is a difference in the brains of extroverted and introverted people in terms of how we process rewards and how our genetic makeup differs.
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? (worth a read!). Turns out that no one is all one or the other. You just might not be either one – and there’s a name for that too — an ambivert. Besides this measure, Meyers-Briggs can help you understand what kind of job you’d be best at. For me that has made all the difference.