extrovert


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extrovert

, extravert Psychol
1. a person concerned more with external reality than inner feelings
2. of or characterized by extroversion
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While pointing out all the advantages that an extrovert is expected to enjoy at the workplace, Wilmot said that this does not mean that introverts should interpret these findings to suggest they will be at an inevitable disadvantage.
class="MsoNormalThere will be situations when you may feel less confident - this happens to all of us, even the extroverts, though they tend to struggle with over-confidence.
I was never one for an extrovert holiday and Maria and I soon ditched package hotels for rental villas.
Believe it or not, this is usually an ordeal for early-career extroverts as well.
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"But this extrovert persona carries a lot of other personalities.
New Delhi: Her initial years in Bollywood saw her play the bubbly girl in films, but actor Anushka Sharma says she has now progressed in her career and moved beyond the "extrovert kind of roles".
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Though having an extrovert work hand in hand with an introvert might not be easily imagined, having these contrasting types create something together can be done.
Of all, 201(50.3%) students were found to be extroverted and 199(49.8%) were introverted personality types.
The Extrovert line resulted and we're excited that this work will benefit all customers requiring just this kind of 4G connectivity.
Where would you put yourself on the introvert/ extrovert spectrum?