Introverted People and Extroverted People

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People are being taught that everyone is different. Each person is given their own personality. Generally speaking, there are two kinds of people in the society: one is introverted people, another one is extroverted people. They usually act in the totally different ways. If you like a big gathering of people and be talkative in a group, definitely you are an extrovert. On the other hand, introverts are more likely to be at home reading and enjoying quiet time and getting their energy from being alone. One obvious difference is the way of thinking. Introverted people enjoy the internal world of thoughts, feelings and fantasies. They can’t help to hide their opinions and thoughts as well as avoiding show themselves in some public places. In addition, introverts enjoy working on jobs that require a lot of thinking and that take a long period of time to complete. They think everything through process rather than making quick judgments about something. Unlike the introverted people, extroverted ones prefer to think in a bold way. They like the external fields of things, people and activities. They like a variety in their work with lots of change and actions. Also, the kinds of people have more movement in brain areas. For instance, they are capable to express the thoughts immediately in front of audiences, thinking about bunch of exciting ideas and taking risks on some unfamiliar fields. The other reason of difference is sociable skill. Extroverted people tend to enjoy human interactions and act in a more talkative, enthusiastic, assertive way than the introverts. They take pleasure in activities that involve large social gatherings, such as: parties, public demonstrations, community activities, and business events. Obviously they are the “social butterflies” of our society. They are the ones who are thriving on join into the group, spending time with friends or strangers and feel uncomfortable to stay alone. Also, they enjoy risk-taking and often show...
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