If you read Susan Cain’s Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, you’d realize introversion is not a disease nor does it make poor leaders. The opposite is true. Introverts are often more sociable in intimate settings although they like to “recharge at parties,” with a preference on listening, thinking, […]
There’s no good in being just an introvert or an extrovert. You have to be both in order to be successful. An ambivert is someone who can think in silence and express themselves when needed. The ability to toggle between two different states of mind is like being able to dribble and shoot with both […]
Extroverts are blindly overconfident and too assertive. Introverts can be scared and too quiet. It turns out both suck at sales. Ambiverts, though, strike the right balance. They know when to speak up and when to shut up, when to inspect and when to respond, when to push and when to hold back.