Personality Types

Extroverts Part 3

Extroverts Part 3

We are discussing extroverts this week, trying to better understand this personality type and how they interact with the world.  Extroverts are well know for their social personalities, and the energy they get from being around people.  But how do extroverts think and process their thoughts of the outside world?

To begin with, extraverted thinkers tend to be very logical, objective and fair.  They have a very "fact based style" of thinking and reasoning.

Extroverts Part 1

Extroverts Part 1

Previously on the blog we discussed Introverts—what they are, personality traits, social interactions, etc.  This week we are tackling Extroverts.  It’s not uncommon for people to be mislabeled as an Extrovert because they are outgoing.  We hope after this week you have a better understanding of what it looks like and feels to be an Extrovert.

Introverts Part 5

Introverts Part 5

This week, Imagine Hope is discussing what it means to be an introvert.  

Some people assume that being an introvert means that you are shy.  That is not necessarily true!  Introverts can be very outgoing and sociable people.  In fact, many times, introverts love people-- learning about others, doing things for others, and can be very loyal, caring and loving individuals.  As Christy mentioned on Monday in this weeks earlier blog series, the difference with introverts is that, usually, they need to "re-fuel" their emotional, mental, spiritual and physical "tank" by doing things that are more solitary and self-reflecting.

Introverts Part 3

Introverts Part 3

This week we have been talking about introvert personality traits.  Introverts are best known for being "loners" and for preferring spending time with just a few close friends.  In an extroverted world of noise, social media, and an aggressive "cut throat" culture being considered as the 'norm,' introverts are often lost and misunderstood.  Extroverts have a difficult time understanding the internal world of an introvert.  Today I will be talking about how these unique individuals think and process their thoughts as an introvert.