Introvert or Extrovert Which One Are You?

…If you like to bungee jump or do gregarious and ‘seemingly’ extrovert activities but you found that after the test  you’re an introvert…

That’s OK!

This just demonstrates the amount of stimulation you need to achieve your desired state – IN A PARTICULAR Context and TIME!.

NOT that you’ll never be capable of ‘extroversion’ activities or ways of being.


That if you like your extreme sports or clubbing that you won’t enjoy softer past times.

Introversion does not mean you won’t want to go skydiving anymore or that you may see or feel less of a need to do it as often. It simply means that you may wish to experience ‘high stimulating’ activities less often than an extrovert.

Similarly, if you discovered through the test that you are an extrovert, it doesn’t mean you will never want to read War and Peace, it simply means that you require less need to read more often.

So the question here is, being an extrovert or introvert is neither here nor there and has nothing to do with whether you’re a social outcast or miscreant, but –

– to do with the amount of stimulation you require to feel satisfied.

Therefore, you need not seek or wish to be other than what you are. If your preference is to read and paint or have light dinner parties or to go down the mountain blindfolded with no ropes while doing a conference call, then this is just what you need to feel good and get the stimulation you require.

What about the middle person?

This too is the degree by which you require the amount of stimulation. On one end of the scale the extrovert requires greater degrees of stimulation than the introvert and more often. Therefore it is about where you are on the continuum scale and how often.

As someone who trains, I would guess that most of the people that have been on my courses and even my friends would say that I’m an extrovert or at least lean towards this side. I would suggest they see me as someone who is outgoing, plays to the crowd, is upbeat, socialises a lot, laughs loudly and in merriment and enjoys meeting new people.

Did I get a SHOCK when I found out

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  • Pete Dean

    Reply Reply April 2, 2014

    I did the test and found that I’m in the middle.

    I thought I’d be an extrovert. I guess this is a good thing at least my girlfriend won’t expect me to go out all the time when in fact i’d prefer a night in.

    Cool stuff

  • Angela34

    Reply Reply April 2, 2014

    I’ve always felt stigmatized as an introvert and have found it hard to get jobs because when they did the personality profiling they said the job required someone who was more outgoing.

    I’m a very outgoing person, but need time to myself. This really helps and next time I’m looking for a job I’ll point them here to this article.

    Thank you!


  • Kerry Gakkin

    Reply Reply April 2, 2014

    Not sure about the test. It shows I don’t need a lot of stimulation, but I don’t get why it says I’m an extrovert.

    I am an extrovert, I love to party and am outoing and just speak without thinking about it.

    But i’d like to think a bit more before I say things. Will this help?


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