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My Personality (or lack thereof)

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I find I have become more introverted since I started working at the Centre.  Others who work there tell me the same thing happened to them.  I am not saying it is a bad thing but I notice that Wendy on vacation is much more extroverted than the same Wendy who works at Customer Service all day at Safeway and is just looking for a quiet place to decompress in.  I suppose work has a strong influence on how introverted and extroverted I feel.

2 Comments

  1. Bill Kinnon says:

    Using their personality testing I’m now even more of an Introvert (79%) and my T and F are no longer equal – I’m not more of a feeler (which you’d never get from reading my blog, right.)

    I’ve passed this on to the rest of the Kinnon gang. Thanks for sharing this, Jordon.

  2. caedmon says:

    I’m an outgoing introvert. With the people I’m closest to, I can be quite energetic. Even among strangers, I don’t necessarily hide in a shell (though I tend to in stressful situations). But, I still need that solitude to recharge, especially after a long day of dealing with people.

    I wonder if there aren’t a lot of lost introverts out there who think they are extroverts only because they have learned to be outgoing in a world that rewards charismatic leaders.