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How to recognize an 'Extravert' or an 'Introvert' anyway?
Now that we have started discussing the typical hand features in Extraversion / Introversion, here are just a few considerations regarding how to understand and recognize these personality traits:
Everybody Has Some Introversion and Some Extroversion Traits
Nobody is completely introvert or completely extrovert. One can be introvert when it comes to work and extrovert when it comes to family. One can be introvert in one’s religious beliefs but extrovert when it comes to sports. That’s why when one does tests, it will give a percentage, e.g. 54% extrovert and 46% introvert.
And here are TIME's...
"The Great Introverts and Extroverts of Our Time":
Mohandas Gandhi, Revolutionary
Joe DiMaggio, Baseball Hall of Famer
Moses, Religious Leader
Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State
Warren Buffett, Magnate
Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister
Bill Gates, CEO, Philanthropist
Mother Teresa, Nun, Missionary
Bill Clinton, President
Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister
Steve Jobs, Innovator
Boris Yeltsin, President
Marie Antoinette, Queen
Muhammad Ali, Boxer
Winston Churchill, Politician
George W. Bush, Politician
Martijn van Mensvoort
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