NEWS FLASH: Introvert DOES NOT equal shy!

When the average person is asked for their definition of “Extrovert” they are described as “someone who is sociable and likes people”. An Introvert is often depicted as someone who is “anti-social or shy” – when nothing could be further from the truth!

Luckily, Introverts everywhere have a new spokesperson: Susan Cain, a self-proclaimed Introvert who’s taken it upon herself to better understand the place of Introverts in culture and society.

Watch Susan Cain, the author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking as she presents at a recent TED talk

To Order Susan Cain’s book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking CLICK HERE

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In the beginning days of modern temperament theory development, Carl Jung primarily focused on Introversion and Extroversion in his attempts to explain individual differences in personality.

All of his other psychological type concepts were built upon or around the Attitudes of Introvert and Extrovert