Work + Growth
Quiz: Are You an Introvert or an Extrovert?

I look forward to spending time with groups of people, rather than smaller groups or one-on-one conversations.

I like to make sure I have enough time to myself every week.

At work, I really get thrown off by all the interruptions (emails, calls, friends stopping by).

After a party or spending time with friends at a social event, I feel re-energized.

I generally think I’m a better listener than talker.

Being alone just makes me kind of antsy so after a while I start looking for other things to do or people to talk to.

I work well in a team, but I think I do my best work when left to tackle tasks on my own.

Even after a fun night out with others, I still feel kind of spent.

I enjoy multi-tasking and getting as many different things done at once.

When I was in school, I did well but often got dinged for not enough class participation.

At work, I feel like I sound smartest and get my points across best by writing an email rather than discussing them over the phone.

I like having the opportunity to share an incredibly or funny story when I’m out with a group of friends at dinner. And I have some great stories!

Sometimes, I have a hard time sitting at my desk and focusing on one task at a time.

When I was in college, I gravitated toward the small seminars where I could discuss what I read or learned with the professor and a group of my classmates, rather than the large lectures.

I’d rather have a chill weekend with nothing to do than to have one with lots of fun things scheduled back-to-back.

Party on! You have Extroverted tendencies.

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Let’s think about this for a second. You have Introverted tendencies.

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Now we get to bring out that most common lawyerly refrain: it depends.

We all have different tendencies to be an Extrovert or Introvert based on the situation. It seems like your tendencies are more fluid, so whether you’re an Introvert or Extrovert more often than not depends on the context.


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