If you think of extroverts as shallow, you might be wondering what you could learn from them.  But don’t make the same mistake many people make when judging and dismissing them. Extroverts just like to be around other people. Being around others really gives them energy , and they need it to be well.

They really enjoy working as a team because it gives them the opportunity to interact with other people. For this reason, people who prefer extraversion have an advantage in large social settings and in work groups. We can all learn things from extroverts and we are going to talk about that now.

Great conversations

Outgoing people are often great talkers. They can tell stories and keep an evening alive with a group of people who would otherwise get bored. Extroverts are the masters of small conversations. They thrive on the experience of being around other people . 

Extroverts tend to have a more positive communicator image than introverts, that is, extroverts are perceived as good communicators, and those with a high communicator image will naturally find interaction. with others easy. However, introverts can also learn the skills of small conversations and how to function at social events. Introverts may need to learn some social tools , but they can also be the life of the party if they feel like they want to.

Adventurous attitude

Generally speaking, extroverts are adventurers, usually saying yes to new situations and opportunities. They have social courage, and many people have to learn about it. Extroverts tend to be open to new experiences , their openness to others often results in openness to new concepts.

This is great for mental flexibility, moving new muscles, trying new ideas. In fact, those who are less daring might consider trying a little adventure from time to time, but an extrovert is usually open to these new experiences all the time and this can help an introvert to get out of his comfort zone.

They risk

Extroverts generally have no qualms about taking risks.  It’s in their nature: the brains of extroverts respond more strongly to a worthwhile gamble than do the brains of introverts. This could help explain why extroverts enjoy taking risks, even the simple social risk of meeting new people and jumping into new situations. 

However, this urge to plunge into the unknown can sometimes lead to results that they might not have predicted or that are not pleasant.  As a result, extroverts have generally learned to be [i /] [i] creative in their dealings with others. They have to learn to deal with unexpected situations. They can usually come up with a plan when others have no intention of doing so. So get out of your comfort zone and try something you wouldn’t normally do like an extrovert would.

More social support

Extroverts tend to easily access social support. Social support is one of the most useful and important coping tools we have. The risk of death among men and women with the fewest social ties is more than double the risk for adults with the most social ties. The ability to access support from neighbors, friends, colleagues, or other social contacts is associated with a wide variety of benefits, including better health outcomes.

More happiness

Numerous studies have suggested a correlation between extraversion and happiness. But if you are not outgoing, don’t despair. You can claim that same happiness for yourself. Even introverts are happier after socializing. Simply behaving in a more outgoing manner can lead to greater positive emotions and happiness. No matter where you are, whether you are an extrovert or an introvert , those who feel or act more extroverted in everyday situations are happier. So be satisfied and proud of who you are, but occasionally step out of your introvert comfort zone. You have nothing to lose and some happiness to gain … 

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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