Do you really know if you’re an introvert or an extrovert?
For many years, I mistakenly believed that it had to do with whether or not you like to be around people or not.
And while being around people is a part of whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, it goes much deeper than that.
As much as we might try to fit ourselves into a box and label one or the other, you and I, as women, are far more complex.
Introverts, have you noticed some days you actually want to be around other people and you enjoy it, while others you want to just curl up with a good book?
Extroverts, have you noticed that while most days you thrive around people, you also need those moments away to recharge?
Because of that, I have discovered that introverts can learn skills needed to be in highly social environments without draining their batteries. Just the same as I’ve seen extroverts learn the skills needed for self-reflection and growth.
In fact, THIS learning is likely one of the most powerful things you can do to expand and grow. It requires a higher level of self-awareness and adaptability.
You and I are dynamic.
And your cycle is a big player in those dynamics.
- What it really means to be an introvert or extrovert
- How your cycle creates an introverted and extroverted phase of your months
- How your hormones impact how exhausted or energized you feel after being around others
- One thing that most extroverts are missing that is essential
- How comparing to someone else’s personality style may cost you your energy
- And so much more!
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