Can you switch back and forth between being an introvert and an extravert?
I often hear people say they “used to be an introvert” or they “used to be an extravert.” Have you ever experienced this or heard someone say this? In this video, we will explore why we often (think) we’ve changed and whether or not that’s actually the case.
00:00 I Used to Be An Introvert or I Used To Be An Extravert
00:52 Through the Lens of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) 16 Personality Types
1:48 Attitudes of Introversion and Extraversion
2:53 Comfort Level with Different Tendencies
3:41 Cognitive Functions
5:20 Does Our Preference of Introversion or Extraversion Actually Change?
As a Business & Mindset Coach, Gary serves to get changemakers & entrepreneurs out of their own way and focused on getting the right things done by leveraging their unique personality and purpose as the founder of Better Future International. He’s a bestselling author, has coached hundreds of world changers, and has impacted thousands of people through his engaging group facilitations.
In his bestselling book, Choose Your Best Life, Gary supports you in gaining balance between your inner and outer world to help you find inner strength as you navigate change, transitions, and major life decisions.
As a certified coach and team facilitator with certifications in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and CliftonStrengths, everything he does is to inspire others to stop and think so that they can imagine a better future for our world.