Are successful people introverts?
An introvert is a person who is more interested in his own thoughts and feelings than in things outside of himself and is often shy and unwilling to speak or join in activities with others. The survey shows that half of the Americans are introverts.
But how to categorize ourselves as to whether we are an introvert or extrovert? It is very easy. Introverts will be to themselves, very reserved, calm and quiet whereas an extrovert is outspoken, cheerful, sociable etc. But that does not mean the introverts never talk. They do talk but only when required. They always think and talk whereas extroverts are extempore. With this attitude of an extrovert, there is always a possibility that they might land in trouble, hurt or insult someone instantly, whereas, introverts go slow and steady and most of the time avoid hurting or insulting someone unknowingly. They would prefer spending their free time listening to music, playing games or watching television, solving puzzles, rather than talking to others. The most talented people are introverts. Some of the excellent introverts are writers, music composers, inventors, painters, etc. Some of the introverted celebrities are Bill Gates, Steven Spielberg, J.K. Rowling, Warren Buffet, Mahatma Gandhi, etc.