While extroverts can get caught up in the moment, introverts notice details, allowing them to pick up on others’ tiny hints.
In a world filled with noise, playing an instrument is the perfect way for introverts to feel heard and seen.
Most classrooms are geared toward those who learn well in groups – which means introverts lose out.
When it comes to accomplishing your goals, your quiet introvert persistence will be heard through your success.
Mindfulness should come naturally to introverts — who already spend a lot of time thinking and reflecting — though it may take some practice.
Introverts may hide their inner feelings or excitement, but that doesn’t mean they can’t express themselves creatively.
For introverts, the key to being in control is to figure out what makes you feel the most comfortable in different situations.