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Are you an extrovert or introvert? If you are like me an don’t fully fall into one of these categories – this may be you.

Ambivert: n Someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion.

To figure out if you’re an extrovert, introvert or ambivert as yourself these questions:

  • I am drawn to people, I get energy from social gatherings and am pretty outgoing. (Extrovert)
  • It’s draining to be around lots of people. I prefer peace, solitude and quiet time. I usually crave alone time in my free time. (Introvert)
  • It depends. (Ambivert)


Why is this important to know? Well, this is what an article on the Huffington Post said:

It’s important to pin down where you fall in the introversion/extroversion scale. By increasing your awareness of your type, you can develop a better sense of your tendencies and play to your strengths.

By gaining a better sense of where you fall on the introversion/extroversion scale, you can build insight into your tendencies and preferences, which increases your self-awareness and emotional intelligence. This will help you improve your performance.

So knowing where you fall on this scale could help you decide on a career, the types of relationships and friendships you choose to have and what type of work environment you thrive in. They also posted that you ask yourself these questions:

If most of them apply, you’re most likely an ambivert.

  • I can perform tasks alone or in a group. I don’t have much preference either way.
  • Social settings don’t make me uncomfortable, but I tire of being around people too much.
  • Being the center of attention is fun for me, but I don’t like it to last.
  • Some people think I’m quiet, while others think I’m highly social.
  • I don’t always need to be moving, but too much down time leaves me feeling bored.
  • I can get lost in my own thoughts just as easily as I can lose myself in a conversation.
  • Small talk doesn’t make me uncomfortable, but it does get boring.
  • When it comes to trusting other people, sometimes I’m skeptical, and other times, I dive right in.
  • If I spend too much time alone, I get bored, yet too much time around other people leaves me feeling drained.


I found that this really explains who I am because situationally, I can be very introverted or extroverted depending on my mood. Here are some ways I feel.

  • If I am comfortable around my friends, I am extroverted.
  • If I am around a lot of people I don’t know, I become introverted.
  • I also get very drained being around people who speak a lot, who are loud or are very strong personalities
  • At times, I am happy being alone at home
  • Other times, I need people around me
  • I don’t mind meeting new people or going to events, but I sometimes feel uncomfortable if I don’t have a friend or someone with me that I know
  • If I am talking about a subject I know a lot about, I’m happy to chime in
  • But if there is a subject I know nothing about, I’m totally OK just sitting there listening and not saying a word

So what are you? An introvert, extrovert or ambivert?



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