We've peddled this idea that a leader has to be an extroverted, outgoing "people person." But that couldn't be more wrong.
Introverts provide the counterbalance to our overly valued extroverted world.
Introverts are typically internally focused, their "real world" is inside their head, whereas extroverts live primarily in the external world. These differences have a number of implications for functioning and for business.
Here are the best career options for introverts and extroverts, according to a career expert.
This Extreme Extrovert Started a Multimillion-Dollar Wellness Snack Company After Her Stint in the Peace Corps Was Cut Short
Lisa Curtis was introduced to the healthful moringa plant after volunteering to work in Africa. Her company recently raised $6 million.
Most contemporary psychologists agree the key difference between introverts and extroverts is their sensitivity to external stimulation
A follow-up email and a smile on your face -- even one that your prospect can't see -- can help nail that sale.
Stereotype that we all have in our mind for an entrepreneur does not prepare us to think of that person as shy, but what if otherwise
The easiest way to be intriguing is listen closely after you've asked someone to tell you about themself.
A Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test could determine the mix of introverts and extroverts at your company -- helping you to help everyone thrive.
No worries: With practice, you can train yourself to master habits and approaches that help those on "the other side" run their businesses.