8 Benefits of Being an Introvert
April 19, 2015
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Do introverts have future in business?
Actually, they do. What is more, majority of businessmen in Ukraine are in fact introverts though they do not always acknowledge it.
From my experience over 80 % of Ukrainian business men are latent introverts. Why latent? The reason is that everyone understands the difference between introverts and extroverts being confident that the latter are more successful.
At the same time there are no pure psychological types in real life. Everyone possesses traits of character typical for both introverts and extroverts. However introverts often try to mask themselves as extroverts as the public opinion favors more open and proactive personalities in business.
Here are several arguments to support the benefits of introverts.
Then why do introverts try so hard to pose as extroverts? Because this is the ways things are done. Everyone is expected to work as a team and not eat alone, or not to judge success of others by their belongings. By the way, that is typical for economies of primary capital formation. In Ukraine businessman is more likely to buy high-profile vehicle instead of the one he really wants. However money provides freedom to create instead of gain. Global economy multiplies available options to remain social with the least damage to the inner self. Social networks are vivid examples of the above as they provide the platform for long-distance communications with dozens of people. My advice is to admit to being an introvert if you really are one and to free your personality instead of trying to change yourself by following conventional standards.
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