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“But, because he has a very Introverted (in MB terms) personality he has to dig into resources that leave him totally drained.”
“Introverted executives are stepping into the limelight – even though many dislike being the center of attention.”
“Introverts tend to do better when they "plan where to sit and stand," then make well-rehearsed comments in a meeting's first five minutes, says Atlanta leadership coach Jennifer B. Kahnweiler in her book, The Introverted Leader.”
“Introverted and insecure, D'Angelo began worrying about looking as good onstage as he did in the video.”
“Many know themselves as ISTJ, which stands for "Introverted with Sensing, Thinking and Judging," a basket of personality traits identified on the Myers-Briggs personality test and prevalent in the Fort Meade cluster.”
“According to different assessments taken during both programs, I am an INFJ – Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging.”
“Introverted children are often criticized for "reading too much," "thinking too much," "not playing with the other kids," and "not being like the other kids.”
“Introverted children will respond better to events in larger, open spaces, where they have room to move, circulate, and retreat when necessary.”
“Introverted children can also fall into the trap of being sedate and not getting enough exercise.”
“Introverted children aren't going to consciously know they're introverts, nor are they going to automatically know how best to deal with their personality.”
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