Date Added: Jan 2010
Would you rather crunch numbers than mingle at a cocktail party? Are you more comfortable in a lab or library than you are at lunch with your coworkers? When you present a new product or explain a problem to coworkers or leaders, do you have trouble holding their attention because of your slower-paced, more deliberate speaking style? If so, you might be suffering from the curse of the introvert. Sure, you're ?ber-intelligent and have great ideas, but you're either too reserved to share them or you prefer less attention-grabbing methods for communicating them than is the case with your extroverted coworkers.