Why Being an Introvert is a Good Thing.
Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Benefits of Being an Introvert
People might mistakenly imagine being an introvert is bad news. After all, how can being quiet and not enjoying large gatherings of people be good?
The benefits reaped aren’t often discussed so let’s take a moment to discuss four great advantages of being an introvert that sometimes go unnoticed.
You soak up details.
Since you're not fond of chatter and small talk, you tend to notice everything that’s happening in your surroundings while you sit in silence. Others might miss details, but you are always on the ball. You are adept at reading body language and you can spot people’s emotional state quickly. Your heightened awareness allows you to become immersed in your environment, read people like a book, and take pleasure in little things.
Introverts are naturally more sensitive than their extroverted counterparts. Your sensitivity helps you recognize