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– An introverted type?
The question suddenly appeared In my News Feed as I looked down for the tenth time at the meaningless flow of things showing up on Facebook.
I had to click In the job posting, only to find out that omitting wasn’t the kind of introvert that the employer was looking for. exactly the contrary.
I could not Quite to give up on the fact that the term is used in this way. Nor that introverts do not want to.
Just how old When I noticed the need for some time alone to make a profit, I don’t remember it. Maybe it was at the beginning of school. It’s been in the back of my mind for as long as I can remember.
Maybe It is hard to accept that one is different. or that Feel themselves differently.
But the truth That most of us, to some degree, have what is called passing. In modern psychology, one has largely moved away from using the concept of extremism without nuance. It’s not about being either an introvert or an extrovert, but a mixture of different mixing ratios.
Unfortunately, we live In a world focused on extraversion, it is becoming increasingly crowded with anyone who is somewhat of what is often called an introvert. The mantra is; If you’re going forward, you should be Seeking outgoing and contact.
How many skilled People never get the chance, because they are seen as calm, humble, and cautious? or as the advertisement directly imply that they are; unwanted.
problem Constantly emphasizing external qualities as the gold standard, is that many creative and talented people do not fit. Had the younger version of myself been told that my qualities weren’t good enough, I wouldn’t have taken the opportunity at the job I have today – a job with many of the same demands. I like to think it fits me well.
Because he This is not to say that extreme caution is lacking in what it takes to have an “open-air” job. Therefore, it is sad to see that some people still keep the stereotypes alive. It is soon time to put these worn and ill-informed attitudes on the junk heap of history, where they belong.
Fortunately, there is hope.
“You don’t necessarily have to be ‘nice and extroverted,’ an introvert is also good, especially when focus is needed.”
After some searching Online I found a business owner who found out. That we need diversity, and that there is room for everyone. So for anyone who forgets the year on the calendar: let’s never forget that we should get to know the whole person. And try it. To differ can be good, that is, too.
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