Introvert and Extrovert!
While working on the routine task, I asked my colleague how do you define yourself, introvert or extrovert and she said I am both, and change depending on the person she is with.
Like I see her as an introvert majorly as of now, and I see myself as an extrovert just after high school. Before that, I was an introvert or maybe I was not introvert just shy at the beginning and then I was always an extrovert.
It takes a little time but once I am gel up with people I guess I am good.
So I talk a lot I have stories to share like every day!
As per my previous blogs, I can call myself a storyteller too!
I enjoy meeting new people and then knowing their part of the story and then telling them mine.
So even moving to a new city doesn’t mean to be connected just with the old one for me it is an opportunity to be with the new people, to understand their life, their challenges, their culture and how they see things.
And this makes me an improved version of myself, I learned with them, and to be precise I learned from them.
Every day there is a teaching and a story we are in.
Every day there is a laugh and cry!
I see a lot of laughs and opportunities.
Looking back, I can see unique personalities the one who can paint and the one who can sing and cook.
The one who doesn’t care and the one who worries much.
The one who eats like a fish and the one who make people smile.
The one who is passionate about his career and the one who believes in making every bit.
Every single person marks an impression in our lives, and these people are a combination of introverts!
Every introvert has an extrovert side, and every extrovert is an introvert someday in their life.
I have traveled from Introvert to extrovert and I have realized the journey was worth it.
It is just the way how you make someone that comfortable so that they can be them in front of you.
Life is all about being kind and sharing happiness and I guess I am on the right track.
You tell me how many extroverts you met?