What’s Your Introvert Strength?

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Do you consider yourself an introvert? Most Blogthings quiz takers do! (If you don’t, don’t worry – you still can get a lot from today’s quiz.) I think introverts are naturally drawn toward self-reflection, psychology, and even quiz taking. That’s why I felt confident writing an introvert quiz for everyone to take, even though introverts make up a small percentage of the population 🙂

Even though I love being an introvert, it can be trying at times. It seems like everyone has more friends and more fun than I do. Sometimes I need to remind myself why it’s good to be an introvert. I’m a good listener, and a loyal friend. I can get deeply immersed in satisfying projects – like knitting and writing. I tend to do my own thing no matter what the crowd is doing. I enjoy spending time alone. I’m rarely bored.

None of the above is to brag… I just assume that most of you feel the same way about your introversion. And even if you’re not an introvert, I think we all like to see what we get from our quiet time. In this world that promotes extroversion, it’s hard to sometimes find a place for your private self. In some ways, I think the internet has made this harder – with so much emphasis on social media and getting people to “like” what you do. We aren’t really encouraged to develop our private selves much anymore.

So, in order to encourage a little healthy introversion, I wrote today’s quiz: What’s Your Introvert Strength? Find out why it’s good that you’re an introvert. Or if you’re an extrovert, learn what’s good about your introvert tendencies (we all have them!). Let me know what you got on this quiz, and if you think it’s true for you.

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What do you think?

6 thoughts on “What’s Your Introvert Strength?

  1. Josh

    Patience/Depth

    I’m not productive/busy (that has more to do with diligence than patience) and I do get bored sometimes.

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  2. Melissa Russell

    Patience. That last question I had to leave untouched. All that stuff frustrates me and I couldn’t decide what was worse. Your right about social media. I love it but mainly because I like watching others. I think I have only 3 pictures on Instagram and they are of my cat and 2 other objects. Haha! Not of me actually doing stuff or with other people. Even when I am with others and doing stuff I don’t care to take the time to document it. I’d rather just go over it in my own head later. 🙂

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    1. kari Post author

      I agree with you! Social media is great for learning more about people or even just developing a friendship 🙂 There’s probably a lot more good than bad there for sure.

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